This article describes how to migrate mail-in databases from Lotus Domino into an Exchange environment.
When migrating a mail-in-database or shared folder, verify that the source address in the CSV file matches the name/resource associated with the mail-in database/shared folder that will be migrated. The name can be verified in the notes administrator account under the mail-in-database section. The following items need to be verified in the CSV file for migrating a mail-in database:
1. SourceAddress field needs to match the Notes address for the resource.
2. TargetAddress field needs to match the SMTP address of the target account in Exchange.
3. Native needs to be "1".
4. MailFile field needs to be the name of the NSF file to be migrate.
NOTE: The application does not perform a lookup in the names.nsf, but instead looks for the address in the mail-in-database NSF file for a match.
For futher details on CSV entries and values, please refer to solution 13528 titled: "What columns can I add or modify in the 'UsersToMigrate.csv' file?".
For more information on migrating Resources (including mail-in databases), please see the following solution SOL13829 titled "Does Notes Migrator for Exchange migrate Resources or known as mail-in databases?" found at the following link: