[SOLVED] ZCS Domino Migration Tool - Loading lcppn30i.dll failed with error code 126

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[SOLVED] ZCS Domino Migration Tool - Loading lcppn30i.dll failed with error code 126

Postby mrboylantan » Thu Sep 13, 2018 6:48 am

Hi everyone,

I have installed Zimbra mail server for company. After that, I want to migrate all data from our Domino server to new Zimbra mail server. So I download ZCS Domino Migration Wizard Tool. But I cannot run this tool on my computer. It show something like missing the file name lcppn30i.dll. I search on the Internet and some people said that I can download the tool name Lotus C++ API from IBM, but I can not find the link to download it. I'm using Domino 8.5 and I want to migrate to Zimbra 8.8 (the newest version).
Please help me.

Thanks so much!
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Re: ZCS Domino Migration Tool - Loading lcppn30i.dll failed with error code 126

Postby msquadrat » Fri Sep 14, 2018 6:58 am

You need to have the Notes client installed on the machine which runs the migration tool. Previously it was possible to download a stripped down variant of the DLLs from IBM but since they sold Notes all the download links are dead.
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Re: ZCS Domino Migration Tool - Loading lcppn30i.dll failed with error code 126

Postby mrboylantan » Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:03 am

msquadrat wrote:You need to have the Notes client installed on the machine which runs the migration tool. Previously it was possible to download a stripped down variant of the DLLs from IBM but since they sold Notes all the download links are dead.


Hi msquadrat,

Thanks for reply. I have installed Notes client on my PC, I also copied the migration tool to Lotus Note server, but the error message show again. Can anyone teach me how to use this tool? :( :( Or any way to migrate full Domino data to Zimbra? Thanks so much!
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Re: ZCS Domino Migration Tool - Loading lcppn30i.dll failed with error code 126

Postby mrboylantan » Fri Sep 14, 2018 1:30 pm

YES. Finally, I found the dll file. IBM had allowed me to download the tool after two days waiting. The ZCS Wizard tool is work now.
I'm so happy :lol: :lol: . Thanks all ;) ;) .
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Re: ZCS Domino Migration Tool - Loading lcppn30i.dll failed with error code 126

Postby mrboylantan » Fri Sep 14, 2018 1:33 pm

How can I mark this thread as Solved?
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Re: ZCS Domino Migration Tool - Loading lcppn30i.dll failed with error code 126

Postby phoenix » Fri Sep 14, 2018 2:25 pm

mrboylantan wrote:How can I mark this thread as Solved?
I'm afraid you'll have to edit the title (just edit your first post and modify the title).
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Re: ZCS Domino Migration Tool - Loading lcppn30i.dll failed with error code 126

Postby mrboylantan » Fri Sep 14, 2018 2:47 pm

phoenix wrote:
mrboylantan wrote:How can I mark this thread as Solved?
I'm afraid you'll have to edit the title (just edit your first post and modify the title).


Ah, Thanks, phoenix :P
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Re: ZCS Domino Migration Tool - Loading lcppn30i.dll failed with error code 126

Postby dnqhuy1987 » Thu Nov 01, 2018 3:07 am

mrboylantan wrote:YES. Finally, I found the dll file. IBM had allowed me to download the tool after two days waiting. The ZCS Wizard tool is work now.
I'm so happy :lol: :lol: . Thanks all ;) ;) .

Could you please share that file for me?
Thanks a lot.

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