Since the Data Migration Wizard does not migrate encrypted messages, it will substitute placeholder messages for encrypted messages in your users' Exchange mailboxes. The Self-Service Desktop Migrator will then replace the placeholder messages with the real messages as it de-crypts and migrates them.
You can customize the content of this placeholder message by creating a simple text file of the content, and then editing the Global Default Settings to specify the use and location of the file. The message can be a simple notification, or may include instructions for launching and running the Self-Service Desktop Migrator to migrate the encrypted message bodies. For information about customizing the user interface of the Self-Service Desktop Migrator, see (in the Migrator for Notes to Exchange [MNE] User Guide) How Do I Customize the Self-Service Desktop Migrator?
After you create the text file, edit the Global Default Settings (see How Do I Add or Edit Program Parameters? from the MfNE User Guide):
- In the [General] section, set UseFilteredBodyMsg=1, and set an appropriate parameter value for BodyLostDueToEncryptionMsg= (the full path and filename of the customized text file). For example:
Then use Notepad or some other text editor to open the notesdtapp.ini file, set the same two parameter values in the [General] section of that file, and save the changes to notesdtapp.ini.