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    Manual Method to Convert NSF Files into PST Files

    The manual method to convert NSF files into PST files is performed in two stages.

    Export NSF files from Lotus Notes to an intermediate CSV file

    Import the intermediate CSV file into MS Outlook

    Step I: Export NSF Files to CSV

    To export NSF files from Lotus Notes, perform the steps given below

    Launch IBM Lotus Notes program.

    Click File > Open > Louts Notes Application.

    In the Open Application window, browse for the required NSF file and click Open. The selected NSF file gets opened.

    Now, on the File menu, click Export.

    On Export dialogue box, enter the file name, file location, and saving type.

    Select the Comma Separated Value format for the file.

    A dialogue box CSV Export gets open. Select the required options from How much to export, Export Character Set and Detail to Incorporate sections. Click OK.

    The exported data gets saved in CSV file gets saved in the defined location.

    Step II: Import CSV File into Outlook

    Import the Intermediate CSV file into MS Outlook by following the steps:

    Launch MS Outlook program.

    On the File menu, click Open & Export, and then click Import/Export.

    An Import and Export Wizard dialogue box pops up. Select Import from another program or file from the options. Click Next.

    Select Comma Separated Values as file type and click Next.

    Click Browse and select the path for CSV file created earlier using the Export command of Lotus Notes.

    Select the Outlook folder where you want to save your exported data and click Next.

    Select the given checkbox in the Import a file dialogue box and click Finish.

    I hope this manual method will be helpful!

    For more information on O365 Migration https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/office-365-migration/
    Regards,
    Jake Paul.

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    Jake Paul commented  · 

    There are many file conversions needed during the O365 Migration process which acts as a hindrance if not done carefully. One of those hindrances is OST to PST extension conversion.

    Method 1: Export mailbox as a PST file Login to Outlook From The Microsoft 365 or with the Exchange account that was used to create the OST files. And to export the OST mailboxes to PST, follow the simple procedure:

    Go to Files >Open & Export and click Import & Export.

    Select Export to a file; then click Next.

    Select the second option—Outlook Data File (.pst)—and click Next

    Select the folder which you want to export and click Next.

    Browse the location where you want to save the new PST file and choose the options regarding the duplicate items.

    Method 2: Use ‘Archiving’ to save OST emails to PST By enabling the Auto Archive method in Outlook, you will be able to save the items of the OST file in a separate PST file. This method helps you to keep the size of your mailbox manageable. When the size of the mailbox grows and there are multiple messages that are older and you do not require them to be in the mailbox, then you can put them in the archive folder easily.

    Follow the simple steps to enable auto archiving in Outlook.

    Launch the Outlook application, go to File, and click Options.

    Go to Advanced and click Auto Archive Settings.

    Now select the number of days in which you want to run auto archiving. Select the folder to save the archived file; also, provide the archiving options and finally click OK.

    Hope these methods work out for you.

    For more information on Tenant to Tenant Migration visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/tenant-to-tenant-migration-in-office-365
    Regards,
    Jake Paul.

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    Jake Paul commented  · 

    Step to Convert OLM to PST Manually

    Step 1. Setting up IMAP account using Gmail account

    Launch the Gmail account by providing credentials to initiate the process to convert OLM to PST manually.
    Click on the gear button from the top corner of Gmail and click on Settings option to convert OLM to PST file format.
    From the Settings page go to the Forwarding and POP / IMAP tab.
    Check your IMAP status, if it is disabled then enable it and Save the changes by clicking on the Save Changes button.
    After following these sub-steps user will be able to create an IMAP account. After that, users need to install Outlook Mac with an IMAP mail account.

    Step 2. Setup Outlook Mac with IMAP Mail Account

    Open Outlook application on your Mac machine and go to Menu -> Tools -> Accounts and export Outlook OLM to PST
    Enter the email address and password and click the Add Account button.
    The IMAP mail account is configured and viewed on the Mail tab.
    After applying these sub-steps, users need to create a Gmail label to synchronize between Outlook for Mac and IMAP account. To do this, follow the steps below.

    Step 3. Create a Label in the Gmail Profile

    First of all, open your Gmail account. Then click on the gear icon in the right side. Then, click on the Settings button.
    Select the label and here and click on the Create New label and show checked in the IMAP box.
    Go to your Mac Outlook and click Send / Receive.
    Step 4. Transfer Emails from Mac Outlook to IMAP Mailbox

    Open Outlook for Mac, right click on the mailbox item you want to transfer to Outlook for Windows.
    Then choose Move -> Copy to folder.
    Type the name of your IMAP folder and click Copy.
    Click Send / Receive folder or Refresh on Gmail to update the mailbox.
    Now all your copied mailbox data are synchronized to the IMAP mailbox folder.

    I hope this manual method will be helpful!

    For more information on GoDaddy 365 visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/how-to-migrate-from-godaddy-email-to-office-365
    Regards,
    Jake Paul.

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    Jake Paul commented  · 

    Manual Method to Convert NSF Files into PST Files

    The manual method to convert NSF files into PST files is performed in two stages.

    Export NSF files from Lotus Notes to an intermediate CSV file

    Import the intermediate CSV file into MS Outlook

    Step I: Export NSF Files to CSV

    To export NSF files from Lotus Notes, perform the steps given below

    Launch IBM Lotus Notes program.

    Click File > Open > Louts Notes Application.

    In the Open Application window, browse for the required NSF file and click Open. The selected NSF file gets opened.

    Now, on the File menu, click Export.

    On Export dialogue box, enter the file name, file location, and saving type.

    Select the Comma Separated Value format for the file.

    A dialogue box CSV Export gets open. Select the required options from How much to export, Export Character Set and Detail to Incorporate sections. Click OK.

    The exported data gets saved in CSV file gets saved in the defined location.

    Step II: Import CSV File into Outlook

    Import the Intermediate CSV file into MS Outlook by following the steps:

    Launch MS Outlook program.

    On the File menu, click Open & Export, and then click Import/Export.

    An Import and Export Wizard dialogue box pops up. Select Import from another program or file from the options. Click Next.

    Select Comma Separated Values as file type and click Next.

    Click Browse and select the path for CSV file created earlier using the Export command of Lotus Notes.

    Select the Outlook folder where you want to save your exported data and click Next.

    Select the given checkbox in the Import a file dialogue box and click Finish.

    I hope this manual method will be helpful!

    For more information on O365 Migration visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/office-365-migration/
    Regards,
    Jake Paul.

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    Jake Paul commented  · 

    Follow these steps to manually Export Zimbra to Outlook :-

    Steps-1: Open Zimbra desktop on your operating system
    Steps-2: Go to the 'Preference' tab from the Menu Bar.
    Steps-3: Click on the 'Export or Import' button.
    Steps-4: Go to the 'Advanced Settings' tab and select the files that you need to export.
    Steps-5: A pop-up window will appear, asking you to save the .tgz file at the desired location. Go to the 'Save File' option.
    Steps-6: Click on TGZ file and right-click on the button to extract the files.
    Steps-7: After unzipping file successfully, you will get a folder with the same name as shown here: Click on 'OK'.

    Hope this helps you out.

    For more information on how to Migrate From Slack to Teams visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/slack-to-microsoft-teams-migration
    Regards,
    Jake Paul.

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    Jake Paul commented  · 

    There are many file conversions needed during the O365 Migration process which acts as a hindrance if not done carefully. One of those hindrances is OST to PST extension conversion.

    Method 1: Export mailbox as a PST file Login to Outlook From The Microsoft 365 or with the Exchange account that was used to create the OST files. And to export the OST mailboxes to PST, follow the simple procedure:

    Go to Files >Open & Export and click Import & Export.

    Select Export to a file; then click Next.

    Select the second option—Outlook Data File (.pst)—and click Next

    Select the folder which you want to export and click Next.

    Browse the location where you want to save the new PST file and choose the options regarding the duplicate items.

    Method 2: Use ‘Archiving’ to save OST emails to PST By enabling the Auto Archive method in Outlook, you will be able to save the items of the OST file in a separate PST file. This method helps you to keep the size of your mailbox manageable. When the size of the mailbox grows and there are multiple messages that are older and you do not require them to be in the mailbox, then you can put them in the archive folder easily.

    Follow the simple steps to enable auto archiving in Outlook.

    Launch the Outlook application, go to File, and click Options.

    Go to Advanced and click Auto Archive Settings.

    Now select the number of days in which you want to run auto archiving. Select the folder to save the archived file; also, provide the archiving options and finally click OK.

    Hope these methods work out for you.

    For more information on Tenant to Tenant Migration visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/tenant-to-tenant-migration-in-office-365
    Regards,
    Jake Paul.

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    Jake Paul commented  · 

    Following are some different methods to manually convert EDB to PST

    Method 1: EDB to PST Conversion using PowerShell Cmdlets
    For Microsoft Exchange 2007 to PST: Use Export-Mailbox
    For Microsoft Exchange 2010 to PST: Use ExportMailboxRequests
    For Microsoft Exchange 2013 to PST: Use New-MailboxExportRequest command
    Before converting Convert Exchange Server EDB to PST format using PowerShell, Create a separate folder to save the converted PST files from EDB and give any name to the folder. After that right click on the folder which will show you the Properties -> select the Share Folder. Then assign the Read/Write permission and click Share button.

    The Shared path example: \\MSServer\new-pst-folder

    For Exchange Server 2007

    Use below given Powershell commands to Convert Exchange 2007 EDB to PST format.

    1: Simply Run the Powerhsell command given below:Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2007
    Then Extract PST file from Exchange Server EDB by using the command given below:Export-Mailbox -Identity abc@expertdotxyz -PSTFolderPath \\MSServer\new-pst-folder\Expert-Advice.pst
    For Exchange Server 2010 and Exchange Server 2013

    Use below given Powershell commands to Export Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2013 EDB to PST format

    Run the below given Command:For Exchange Server 2010 – Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2010For Exchange Server 2013 – Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2013
    Convert EBD to PST by using below-given command:New-MailboxExportRequest –Mailbox Expert-Advice –FilePath \\MSServer\new-pst-folder\\Expert-Advice.pstWhere Expert-Advice is the name of users mailbox that we want to convert in PST file format.

    Method 2: Export Exchange 2013 mailbox to PST using Exchange Admin Center (EAC)
    Simply use the steps mentioned below to perform the EDB to PST Conversion:

    First, you need to create a Shared Folder where you want to export the mailbox. Then Set the Shared and Security level, by clicking on the Permission tab.

    Now Assign Mailbox Import Export permissions to the user, follow the below steps to assign the permission.

    First you need to open EAC (Exchange Admin Center) then click Permission. After that double click on Recipient Management and click on Add in the top of Role.
    Now in the page of Select a Role, you need to click on Mailbox Import Export option -> Add (bottom left hand side) -> OK.
    Then click Add in the Roles section and select Mailbox Import Export in a new page. Click Add -> OK.
    Once the above process completed Export Mailbox data into PST, to do this follow the below steps:

    Open EAC, choose Mailboxes and a list of mailboxes will display. Simply select the mailboxes which you want to export into PST.
    Then right click on the mailbox and select Export to a PST file. Click on Browse to select the mailbox and click.
    You can find the path of exported mailboxes using syntax: \\MSServer\new-pst-folder\Expert-Advice.pst
    After that Click Finish, once the process completed.

    For More Information on Exchange Online Migration visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/migrate-exchange-to-office-365-using-cutover-migration
    Regards,
    Jake Paul.

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    Jake Paul commented  · 

    Follow these steps to manually Export Zimbra to Outlook :-

    Steps-1: Open Zimbra desktop on your operating system
    Steps-2: Go to the 'Preference' tab from the Menu Bar.
    Steps-3: Click on the 'Export or Import' button.
    Steps-4: Go to the 'Advanced Settings' tab and select the files that you need to export.
    Steps-5: A pop-up window will appear, asking you to save the .tgz file at the desired location. Go to the 'Save File' option.
    Steps-6: Click on TGZ file and right-click on the button to extract the files.
    Steps-7: After unzipping file successfully, you will get a folder with the same name as shown here: Click on 'OK'.

    Hope this helps you out.

    For more information on Cutover Migration, visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/migrate-exchange-to-office-365-using-cutover-migration
    Regards,
    Jake.

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    Jake Paul commented  · 

    There are many file conversions needed during the O365 Migration process which acts as a hindrance if not done carefully. One of those hindrances is OST to PST extension conversion.

    Method 1: Export mailbox as a PST file Login to Outlook From The Microsoft 365 or with the Exchange account that was used to create the OST files. And to export the OST mailboxes to PST, follow the simple procedure:

    Go to Files >Open & Export and click Import & Export.

    Select Export to a file; then click Next.

    Select the second option—Outlook Data File (.pst)—and click Next

    Select the folder which you want to export and click Next.

    Browse the location where you want to save the new PST file and choose the options regarding the duplicate items.

    Method 2: Use ‘Archiving’ to save OST emails to PST By enabling the Auto Archive method in Outlook, you will be able to save the items of the OST file in a separate PST file. This method helps you to keep the size of your mailbox manageable. When the size of the mailbox grows and there are multiple messages that are older and you do not require them to be in the mailbox, then you can put them in the archive folder easily.

    Follow the simple steps to enable auto archiving in Outlook.

    Launch the Outlook application, go to File, and click Options.

    Go to Advanced and click Auto Archive Settings.

    Now select the number of days in which you want to run auto archiving. Select the folder to save the archived file; also, provide the archiving options and finally click OK.

    Hope these methods work out for you.

    For more information on Office 365 Migration Services Pricing visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/office-365-migration/
    Regards,
    Jake Paul.

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