InfoMigrator for ACT!  >  Online Help  >  How to Migrate Lotus Notes to ACT!


InfoMigrator for ACT! provides a step by step wizard to let you migrate information from Lotus Notes to ACT! easily:

  • Step 1: Please choose "Lotus Notes" as the source application and select appropriate types of information to migrate to ACT!.

    You may migrate Lotus Notes Contacts, Calendar events (including meetings, calls, appointments), Todos and Notes information to ACT!.

  • Step 2: You may specify the ACT! settings in this step.

    For example, setup custom field mappings for Contacts migration.

  • Step 3 and Step 4: You may specify the Lotus Notes access settings in this step.

    For example, Lotus Notes login password, Lotus Notes Contacts and Mail database path, etc.

  • Step 5: Choose the Lotus Notes records to migrate to ACT!.

    InfoMigrator for ACT! is flexibile to use, you may choose all or any Lotus Notes records to ACT! as you wish. You may simply select all or all the different records to ACT! by clicking the buttons below.

    The different records are marked with different colors. New records are marked with green, modified records are marked with blue. If the records are same in Lotus Notes and ACT!, they are in black color and will not be migrated by default.

  • Step 6: Finish the migration and check the migration result.

    Once you confirm the record selections in the last step and press the "Next" button, the migration process will start.

    When the migration is finished, you may see the migration results in this step. You may see how many Lotus Notes records are migrated to ACT!. You may also get a detail migration log and open ACT! program in this step.


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