Starting today, we will be working on getting your Lotus Notes archives copied over to Outlook’s online archive.
The basic process is:
Note: we are working with a consultant to help us with this process for the next 30 days. If you request an archive migration after June 13th, it may take us longer than 48 hours to migrate your archives.
First, find your archive files.
If you haven’t created a different one, the default is a_yourMyFSUid.nsf
It most likely will be located in c:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\Lotus\Notes\Data
Next, copy them over to the archive folder on the network.
Windows 7 Users: Click Start > type \\FSUFS4\archive in the search box at the bottom of the Start Menu > Copy your archive files to the directory.
Mac Users: Click Go in the toolbar > Connect to Server > type smb:\\fsufs4 in the server name field > open the ARCHIVE directory and copy the archive file.
Lastly, rename each file to match the convention listed below:
If you have more than one archive file, increment the number to designate the different files.
No, you are the only one who can see your files.
We will have an answer to this question shortly.
Answer will be posted shortly.
If it has not been created already, you will see an additional mailbox under your primary mailbox’s folder structure labeled as “Online Archive – MyFSUid@ferris.edu”
In order to access the Online Archive click the white arrow to the left of the words Online Archive. This will open and show sub-containers that if clicked on will show any messages that are in that particular container. It may look like this:
If your archives did not transfer the first time, do not attempt to transfer them again. Please call TAC at 231-591-4822, press 2, then 2 to get the Ferris techs.
The good news is we have unlimited archiving for everyone and it will not count against your account quota of 50 GB.
Yes, any folders you have emails in will be created in your online archive. Empty or encrypted folders not will be created.
Check back again later - we are working on a solution.
Yes. You may keep the Lotus Notes client installed on your current computer to access your local archives.
Still need help? Please do not contact our outside Office 365 specialists for this one. Instead, when you call TAC at 231-591-4822, press 2, then 2 to get the Ferris techs.
Last updated: 06-04-2014
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