More than 4.7 million users move to Exchange from Notes

"In our last fiscal year (July 2008-June 2009), more than 4.7 million people began the switch to Exchange and SharePoint from Notes", Exchange marketing director Julia White posts on the Unified Communications blog.

Cost savings is the number one driver for migrations, according to the post. Another key driver for migrations is the launch of Exchange Online and SharePoint Online. If you're considering the move to cloud-based services, Microsoft services offer plenty of choice for customers of all sizes. Julia notes that large Notes shops - including Coca-Cola Enterprises, GlaxoSmithKline, and Ingersoll Rand - are making the move from Notes to Exchange Online. Read more in Millions Switch To Exchange And SharePoint From Notes on the Unified Communications blog.

Comments (5)
  1. mike says:

    This despite the transporter suite being really limited / buggy!  woohoo!  Thanks Quest!

  2. merwindz says:

    This trend shows how IBM is serious about their Domino / Notes product development & innovation especially when companies looking for IT cost cutting during market meltdown!

  3. Exchange Admin says:

    And after several years there are no need for new version of the Exchange and Exchange specialist can start develop open source Exchange :)

  4. Mark King says:

    The best part about this (at least from a partner perspective)

    "At 400,000 strong, our partner and developer communities are amazing!  Every one of those 4.7 million Notes switchers started their migration with a Microsoft partner,…"

  5. Anup says:

    Hi Sir,

           I am looking to map a MailBox of a user with the IPM Mail Store which stores all the folders for that particular mailbox.

         As the IPM Mail Store table name is in integer format. Unable to get the mapping.

    Kindly help me out the mapping of the ESE database for EDB file

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