Prominent Lotus Notes Contacts to Gmail tool has an ability to import Lotus Notes Address Book to Gmail contacts. Software is designed to convert names.nsf to Gmail contacts with its all fields like first name, last name, email address etc.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Effectively Notes Contacts to Gmail Contacts with the using of Lotus Notes Address Book to Gmail Contacts utility. Software helps to easily get back your Lotus Notes Contacts to Gmail and Shift Names.NSF file to Gmail Contacts within few minutes by Notes Contacts to Gmail Contacts converter tool. Names.nsf file poses all Lotus Notes contacts like name, calendar, city, task etc easily. Notes contacts to Gmail software now provides the opportunity to save and read names.nsf in Gmail contacts. Lotus Notes Contacts to Gmail software requires valid configured profile of Lotus Notes v8.0 or v7.0 or v6.5 or v5.0 to properly perform the Lotus Notes Address Book to Gmail contacts conversion. Lotus Notes Contacts to Gmail is easy use interface to save import Notes Contacts into Gmail Contacts and it involves only 3 simple steps as follows: 1. Select names.nsf files, 2. Scan names.nsf files, 3. Convert names.nsf file to CSV and finally Export to Gmail.
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Convert Lotus Notes to Gmail 3.0 SysTools Lotus Notes Contacts to Gmail software is able to convert Lotus Notes to Gmail in just few moments. You can easily import Lotus Notes Contacts into Gmail through CSV file
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