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By chuckETN ·
Our School System Network is migrating our e-mail from Lotus cc:Mail to Exchange Server Outlook Web Access. I support about 180 users on one cc:Mail post office. The network folks have completed the migration and any mail sent to the old cc:Mail system is being forwarded to the new system. My issue is trying to recover personal address books from cc:Mail and to import those addresses into Outlook. I have downloaded and tried to use the Microsoft Migration toolkit, but the program cc8priv just hangs. Does anyone have or know of a utility to export cc:Mail personal address books by the user? I have also tried the Lotus export tool to no avail.
Chuck

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by DKlippert In reply to cc:Mail to Outlook Migrat ...

This may help. The site will also be helpful to you in the future:

www.slipstick.com/config/convaddr.htm

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by chuckETN In reply to cc:Mail to Outlook Migrat ...

Origional question stated I had already tried Microsoft's Lotus Migration kit.

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by DKlippert In reply to cc:Mail to Outlook Migrat ...

Did you try:

www.microsoft.com/exchange/downloads/2000/Excel.asp

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by chuckETN In reply to cc:Mail to Outlook Migrat ...

www.microsoft.com/exchange/downloads/2000/Excel.asp is a server tool. I want to export the users personal address book from cc:Mail to a .csv or other type file and import said file into Outlook so the user doesn't have to manually type the addresses.

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by chuckETN In reply to cc:Mail to Outlook Migrat ...

Please award the points to second answer. The Network guys took down the cc:Mail before I could apply it.Please close question.

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