Convert PST to NSF 6.0 Outlook PST Conversion is made easy & simple with Convert PST to NSF software that converts emails, contacts, calendars, journals, tasks, notes of both configured & orphan PST file to Lotus Notes file without having the risk of data loss.
Description: Kernel for PST to NSF conversion software is an apt and competent tool to convert .PST files to .NSF files. It helps to migrate emails, attachments, images, text formatting, everything from Outlook email client to Lotus Notes email client effortlessly. Its distinguished features include:
Performs accurate and reliable migration from Outlook to Notes
Convert .pst file to .nsf file and allows to save newly created or existing NSF file.
Performs comprehensive conversion of email Meta data such as To, From, Cc, BCC, Date, Time and contact fields.
Preserves original formatting
Compatible with all versions of Lotus Notes and MS Outlook to perform the process of PST file conversion to NSF file
Kernel for PST to NSF conversion software is extremely easy to use as the software is embedded with intuitive and interactive GUI. Two saving options, Save in Single and Save in Multiple .NSF files are add-ons to the features of software. The given options allow the users to convert PST NSF and save items of several PST files to one or as many NSF files. This PST to NSF converter comes with free trial evaluation versions, which performs every migration step but restricts the users to save only 10 converted PST email items. Software supports every version of Outlook and Lotus Notes.
PST to NSF Conversion 6.0 Convert Outlook PST files of MS Outlook versions 97, 98, 2000, 2003, 2007 & 2010 to Lotus Notes versions 8.5, 8.0, 7.0, 6.5 with PST to NSF Conversion software. Convert Outlook
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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