The latest release of our flagship tool for Lotus Notes data extraction, migration, and archiving is now available for download.
Seascape for Notes just got a major update, making it even faster and easier for companies to decommission their old Lotus Notes (now HCL Notes and Domino) systems and databases.
The new version is focused on making large-scale data transformations faster, more automated, and more reliable. Seascape 3 can extract, transform, and archive data from Lotus Notes databases up to twice as fast as the previous version, all the while keeping the original content formatting intact.
Seascape for Notes saves content and data from Lotus Notes in open-standard formats like PDF, HTML, XML, and JSON, preserving views, documents, layouts, links, attachments, and metadata.
You can choose from a few different ways to archive your Lotus Notes data, including portable Web Archives that you can host locally or on a shared drive, without needing any dedicated servers. You can also use a built-in Seascape feature to upload your extracted data to SharePoint. Finally, you can use a Seascape Flex server to extend the capabilities of your standalone Web Archives.
If you’re interested in learning more about how to extract data from Lotus Notes and Domino databases, we’re happy to chat. Or, you can sign up for a free trial of Seascape and download it to try it out yourself.