NSF File Conversion 8.0 Open Lotus Notes Database including emails, contacts, calendar, to-so lists, personal journals etc into Outlook. Our NSF to PST Conversion tool performs unlimited Lotus Notes NSF File Conversion process within few steps.
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Description: Kernel for PST to NSF is the most powerful tool that converts PST to NSF files in no matter of time and provides you with most effective and flawless email migration. The complete migration can be summarized in just two easy steps: Select PST file and Export the same. User can save the PST items either to new .NSF file or to an existing .NSF file as per the requirement. Outlook .PST items with all the emails, contacts, journals, calendars, sent items, drafts, appointments, tasks, notes, text formatting, email properties, alarms, personal folders, images etc., are converted from MS Outlook environment to Lotus Notes email client platform, with Kernel for PST to NSF migration software. Software also supports Unicode character conversion. It supports MS Outlook 97, 98, 2000, 2003 and Lotus Notes 8.0, 7.0, 6.5 installed on Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista. Free evaluation version of PST to NSF conversion tool is fully functional and migrate unlimited .PST files to .NSF files saving first 10 email items per folder existing in .PST file. Purchasing the Full version of software saves the entire converted items.
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PST 2 NSF Converter 6.0 If we want to convert PST to NSF manually, we need a free PST to NSF migration tool, so that, we can access the mails and documents of MS Outlook to Lotus Notes. You can try open
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