Switch Outlook Mailbox to NSF 6.0
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|Now, get the PST File Open in Lotus Notes through the Outlook to notes software and access various data (emails, contacts, etc) of PST in NSF Lotus. Switch Outlook Mailbox to NSF with email properties (to, cc, bcc, etc), inbox, sent mails, etc.|
Here is the good news for the Outlook users who wants to switch Outlook mailbox to NSF and for which they are searching third party tool to do so. Switch Outlook Mailbox to NSF with its data comprising of email properties to, cc, bcc, etc), drafts, contacts, sent mail, etc, all done within a matter of few minutes. The software also transfers several other Outlook data like tasks, calendar, alarms, notes, etc from the format of PST in NSF Lotus. Import Outlook PST Data to Lotus Notes with configured as well as orphaned status. You may Transfer Outlook Mailbox to Notes NSF or carry on the collective conversion of Outlook distribution lists, whichever you please, for the software will unfailingly support both the conversion. The Outlook to Notes software is easily installed in wide range of operating system including 98, ME, 2000, 2002, XP, 2003, Vista and 2007. The Outlook to Notes software itself is easily acquired through the investment of $129 on personal license and $229 on business license. Any doubt about the software? Straightaway download the product valuing version, available on our website for free of cost. Here we are providing you an evaluation version in which you can easily try the software without paying any monetary value. And after full satisfaction if you want to purchase it full version then you need to pay only $129 only.
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