SysTools Outlook Contacts to Lotus Notes is an effective tool to export MS Outlook contacts to Lotus Notes (names.nsf) file. MS Outlook PST Contacts Converter tool lets users to convert MS Outlook to Notes Contacts
Description: Do you want to convert MS Outlook Contacts to Notes? MS Outlook PST Contacts Converter is an easy and simple solution to only Outlook Contacts. There is no limit of conversion; software can converts unlimited Outlook Contacts to Notes. SysTools MS Outlook to Lotus Notes Contacts software helps you to convert all MS Outlook to Notes Contacts in just a few clicks because the processing speed is very fast and it will take just few second to convert MS Outlook to Notes Contact. MS Outlook to Notes Contacts conversion tool easily converts MS Outlook Contacts to Notes. With MS Outlook to Lotus Notes Contacts Software to convert MS Outlook Contacts to Notes, a user can successfully:
1. Transfer MS Outlook contacts to Lotus Notes
2. Export unlimited MS Outlook to Notes Contacts
3. Import PST to NSF files (names.nsf)
MS Outlook Contacts to Notes tool comprise a user-friendly interface ideal for every users of any skill level. MS Outlook Contacts to Notes program utility runs successfully on Windows 98, Me, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista and Lotus Notes Client Software v8.5 or v8.0 or v7.0 or v6.5 or v5.0. It is such as a sufficient contacts converter tool.
You can download the demo version of the software and try it. Demo version converts 15 contacts of MS Outlook. After using trial version, you can purchase full personal license of the software only at $79.
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