Migration Wizard can extract mailbox data from the local post
office that is installed in Lotus cc:Mail Mobile for Windows.
Tip Because each remote user
copies the same files to the network, create a directory for each
To migrate data from Lotus cc:Mail Mobile for Windows:
The remote user sends a message containing his or her password
to the administrator in charge of the migration. The user delivers
all pending messages, including the one with the password, to the
post office and retrieves any remaining messages waiting in the
The user deletes messages that he or she does not want to
The user runs Mbrbcl.bat to clear any discrepancies in the
Mlandata and Clandata files, and to reclaim free space in the
mobile post office.
The user copies the local post office (Mlandata, Clandata, and
all USR* files) across the remote dial-up or direct network
connection to a location specified in advance.
The administrator receives the mail and notes the
The administrator connects to the server on which the user
copied the local post office.
The administrator runs Migration Wizard, specifying the user's
mobile post office (which is named LOCALPO) and password.
The administrator migrates all the data from the mobile user's
Lotus cc:Mail Mobile for MS-DOS
The local data for Lotus cc:Mail Mobile for MS-DOS is not in a
format that Migration Wizard can read. The Dbxlate.exe utility,
which is included with Lotus cc:Mail Mobile for Windows, can
convert this data into a local post office that Migration Wizard
can read. Once the data is converted, the procedure is the same as
the procedure for the Windows version of the client.
Lotus cc:Mail Mobile for Apple Macintosh
The local data for Lotus cc:Mail Mobile for Apple Macintosh must
be converted to a format that Migration Wizard can read. You can
consult Lotus Technotes to find out how to move the data to a Lotus
cc:Mail Mobile for Windows local post office. Once the data is
moved, the procedure is the same as the procedure for the Windows
version of the client.