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import IBM lotus notes data to power apps/power automate

Kindly let me know if we have any connectors or workaround for importing IBM lotus notes to powerapps or office365 or power automate.

Resolver II
Resolver II

Hi @bzeeblitz,


That example was a third-party product. You can see the details of that product over here:


Not sure if it will fit your requirements though. 


What type of integration are you looking for btw? Can you share a bit more details of your use case?

Much appreciated.


We have custom notes application in domino server and the nsf file size is 10gb. We want to migrate into office365 those document and data etc resides in the custom notes applications.however We are trying to see if any workaround using office365 capabilities to accomplish this use case. We need to extract the data from the nsf file and move to office365 and we can then design the forms using powerapps but we are unsure how to extract the nsf file data,document etc  into office365

It sounds like a migration project and not a workflow automation for a business process, to be honest.


My suggestion would be to look into migration tooling which support Lotus Notes as a source and Microsoft 365 as a target.


Below are a couple which I found after a short search.



Thanks for your suggestions.


Please keep me updated if thare any workaround for my usecase too.

Resolver II
Resolver II

Hi @bzeeblitz,


I haven't seen any connector for IBM or Lotus Notes in the documentation.


However, I have seen this approach via a Power Automate desktop flow (RPA). That might be an alternative option?


Kindly clarify if cdata is third party as im exploring for microsoft solutions at the moment .Thank you

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