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MS Outlook and Lotus Notes

The Question of the week sparked my own question . . . I use Outlook for my home business email communications have been able to segment the personal and professional stuff by using the Personal Folders.

Recently I have been working with a client that uses Notes as their email tool. While on this contract I use their equipment, tools and access Notes for communciation. Is there a way I can import/export the files, contacts and more importantly, the calendar?

To make sure I get the important emails, I have set-up rules to forward them across the systems. The key contacts are handled manually, one by one - a bit of a pain but doable. The calandar, however, is the area of most frustration. I must check two calenders to see if I am free and check whether I should be somewhere . . .

I have my PalmOne synch-ed with my home computer so I do not miss any appointments based on that system. Hwoever, unless I have invited myself to the meetings across the systems, I cannot get the meetings/ appointments from the office.

Can you help?

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