Address Books : Exch/Outlook Contacts (MAPI)

Exch/Outlook Contacts (MAPI)
 
Transend Migrator can convert from Microsoft Outlook and Exchange Contacts. Microsoft Outlook is an email client designed as a stand-alone email client, or it can be used to connect to a Microsoft Exchange Server. Depending on how Microsoft Outlook is used, the Contacts are stored on the local workstation, inside a Personal Folder File (PST) or inside the user account located inside the Microsoft Exchange email server database. In a corporate environment, it is common that the Contacts are stored inside the user account on an Exchange Server. However, contacts can also be stored on a local workstation inside a PST file.
 
Requires. Microsoft Outlook is required, and Outlook must be the default email program for Windows when converting from or to Microsoft Exchange/Outlook.
Data File. Contacts are stored inside the Personal Folder File (PST), or inside the Microsoft Exchange Server account, which is stored within an email server. This depends on how Microsoft Outlook is configured. By default, Contacts are stored inside the Contacts folder.
 
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Review the following sections for additional information about your migration project:
 
 
The following example migrates Addresses from Exch/Outlook Contacts.

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From the Migration Options menu, choose Custom Options if you want to adjust your migration project from the default settings.

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Select Exch/Outlook Contacts from the Convert From: drop down selection box on the Source Pane.
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Select SmartCloud iNotes as the target program from the Convert To: drop down selection box.
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Enter the required information for the SmartCloud iNotes account.

FTP Server: This is the location of the SmartCloud iNotes FTP Server
INotes email: This is the address of the user for whom you are migrating email for.
Password: This is the password for the user account, or the administrator when performing a batch migration.
FTP Logon ID: This is the Administrator’s email address for when performing a batch migration. Leave this field blank for single user migration.
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Place a checkmark in the Enable Migration Checkbox to enable this migration choice.
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Select the Start Single Migration button to complete the migration. The Migration Monitor will start and display real-time progress of the migration.
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Once complete, press the OK button to go back to the main screen.
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