Need to perform email migration can arise with organizations, enterprises, businesses and even individuals at any point of time. To conduct the process with utmost ease and accuracy user can comply with Kernel for PST to NSF migration utility.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Outlook Notes tool is devised specifically to perform migration from Outlook to Lotus Notes. The tool supports Unicode character conversion and easily convert PST file in NSF format. It will efficiently convert emails, attachments, image files, outbox data; drafts, folder and other items present the deleted items section as well. The tool supports Unicode character conversion and allow user to convert multiple PST files to NSF files.
The tool will export entire email data from outlook to Lotus Notes and save them at a user-defined location. It tool will never hamper the original data formatting, structure and support every version of Outlook and Lotus Notes for the migration process.
Once migration process is completed user have the option of saving them in single or multiple NSF file. With easy saving option users can convert PST file to NSF format. Kernel for Outlook to Notes supports every version of Outlook and Lotus Notes and never comprises with the structure and formatting of original user content.
The free evaluation version of the tool will allow user to check upon software features and functioning. Although, the demo version will have limitations, to save the entire converted data purchase has to be made for complete version of Outlook Notes tool.
PST to NSF Migrator 6.0 Import PST to Notes from MS Outlook 2010, 2007, 2003, XP, 2000, and 97 to Lotus Notes 8.5, 8.0, 7.0, 6.5 & 5.0 with the one & only PST to NSF Migrator. PST to NSF Conversion tool
PST to NSF 6.0 Outlook to Notes software exchange all Outlook data & information to Lotus Notes keeping all data intact. PST to NSF Migrator let Outlook users to get access to there emails
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