Monday, 8 June 2015

Archiving from Notes to HTML

Since March, it's been possible to use our Notes Archiving tool to archive Notes Mail to Internet Formats and PST, as well as perform normal Notes (to NSF) archiving.

We've now added the ability to archive Notes Mail and Applications to HTML and DXL/XML as well.

This allows Administrators to easily target specific Notes data, then process it based on their requirements, e.g. archiving to Notes itself, storing it in a non-proprietary format like HTML or XML, or migrating it for use with another application.

For example, to migrate to Outlook;

1. Your first archive criteria might first remove all mail with the phrase '[SPAM]' in the Subject.
2. Your second criteria might then archive all historical mail over 5 years old, and without the phrase '[HR]' in the Subject, to read-only HTML.
3. Your third criteria might then archive all mail 1-4 years old to PSTs named "Username" Notes Mail 2011 - 2014.
4. Your fourth criteria might archive all mail less than 1 year old to PSTs named "Username" Notes Mail 2015.


1. Archive all mail over 1 month old to PSTs named "Username" Notes Mail, leaving the original mail intact. This can be done over time without users even being aware of it, in order to migrate the majority of user data (as mail doesn't tend to change too much after the first month).
2. At a designated cutover date, archive any changes plus the remaining data, resulting in all Notes Mail being available in PSTs.

OR you could;

1. Select custom Notes applications and archive all data over 6 years old to HTML.
2. Archive all remaining data to DXL/XML, transform it via XSLT, and use it in another application.

There are multiple customisation options, and you can modify our stylesheets to suit your own processing requirements.

1. Select Archive Criteria (or you can just archive the entire database).

2. Exported Mail Results in HTML.

3. Exported Application Results in HTML.

4. Exported Mail Results in PST.

For more information or a free, no-obligation trial version, please see the IONET Archiver for Notes.

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