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Notes to Office 365, On Demand
Mon, Oct 10th 2016 7
A new approach to migrating away from Notes
Tue, Apr 19th 2016 5
Saving Notes Search results to PDF
Mon, Feb 22nd 2016 10
IONET Archiver v4 - Improving your Native Notes Archiving
Fri, Oct 2nd 2015 10
Exporting Notes Mail, Applications & Quickr to XML
Mon, Jun 22nd 2015 12
Archiving from Notes to HTML
Mon, Jun 8th 2015 9
New Result Options in the FT Search Manager
Tue, Apr 28th 2015 9
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Exporting Notes Mail, Applications & Quickr to XML
Mon, Jun 22nd 2015 12
IONET Archiver v4 - Improving your Native Notes Archiving
Fri, Oct 2nd 2015 10
Saving Notes Search results to PDF
Mon, Feb 22nd 2016 10
New Result Options in the FT Search Manager
Tue, Apr 28th 2015 9
Archiving from Notes to HTML
Mon, Jun 8th 2015 9
Adding value to Lotus Notes
Fri, Feb 15th 2013 7
Notes to Office 365, On Demand
Mon, Oct 10th 2016 7
Adding Google-style Category-based searching
Thu, Sep 13th 2012 6
Improving user efficiency in a Notes environment
Thu, Aug 29th 2013 5
Free Notes Domain Search Extension
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Recent Blog Posts
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Notes to Office 365, On Demand
Mon, Oct 10th 2016 10:40p   IONET Software
Our Archiver for Notes product now also exports Notes Mail & Archives directly to Office 365, including On Demand. This means that in a migration, Administrators might choose to migrate only recent Mail to Office 365 (e.g. the last 2 weeks, last 6 months etc), but also allow users to search and migrate any important older mail that they want to keep - employment contracts, legal information, personal mail, contact information etc. This makes all historical Notes Mail available to users,
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A new approach to migrating away from Notes
Tue, Apr 19th 2016 5:34a   IONET Software
If you're migrating away from IBM Notes, here's a new option; Instead of migrating ALL your Notes Mail data, migrate only the last X years worth (using any tool you want, but hopefully ours), and leave one Domino Server running HTTP to allow users to search and export their older mail, WHEN and IF they need it. This saves migration resources, as users only export the mail they actually require. Users can search their Notes Mail & Archives via Browser whenever they want, as many times as




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