Search NSF File Data
The tool make able to the user to fetch the IBM NSF files from the local machine storage and shows it on the tool home page to transfer the NSF files to PST.
Shows the Preview of NSF File
This is an advanced feature of the tool. The software shows the preview of the selected data file of loaded NSF files for migration to PST format.
Maintains Folder Hierarchy
NSF to PST Converter tool bears the same folder structure as well as RTF format even after transformation data from NSF to PST format.
User Friendly GUI Interface
The NSF to PST Converter has smart graphical user interface to interact with users for Lotus Notes to Outlook conversion.
Migrate NSF to Other Format
The tool has advanced feature to convert NSF files in various formats. It can export NSF files in MSG and EML format as well.
Supports All Windows OS
The software is compatible with Windows X editions (X=10, 8.1, 8, 7 etc) as well as an older edition of Windows.
Transfer Selected NSF Data to PST
Using NSF to PST Converter tool user will able to export only selected data of NSF file into Outlook PST format.
Search Mail Option
This is another advanced option to search the specific mail to export it in Outlook file “To”, “From”, “Has Attachment”, and “Date options”.
Able to Create Log Files
This tool is capable of creating log files that provide information about the process of NSF to PST migration to the user. Users can also uncheck the create Log file option to stop the creation of log file as per need and storage.
Multiple Data Transfer
This is very helpful feature of Lotus Notes to Outlook converter which helps users to migrate multiple Lotus Notes NSF files (notebook.nsf, database.nsf, and names.nsf) to a single PST or create separated PST for each NSF file.
Various Option for Conversion
The tool has a various option in the tool to transfer NSF to PST format. Using this options user can move their NSF data in Outlook. User can export their all folder at once or can transfer the selected NSF file data in Outlook PST format.
Prevent the Creation of file's Copy
To prevent the duplicity of the data the tool has an advanced feature Exclude “All” Folder. To work with this feature user need to keep it checked (By default it is checked). If you want the All folder in PST as well then uncheck this option to upload NSF file to PST format.
Import Contacts of NSF File to PST
By selecting the "Export All Contacts" option from given options you can transfer multiple names.nsf files to Microsoft Outlook PST contacts in a single click. User is able to export selected contacts as per need.
Easy to Use & Understand
NSF to PST Converter tool has been designed and programmed in such a manner that any tyro user can work on it easily and import their NSF to PST format without having any trouble or technical expertise.
Standalone Tool to Import NSF to PST
NSF to PST Converter is enough to migrate the Notes data into the Outlook so there is no need to use any other add-on and application to export NSF data into PST format.
Date Filter to Upload Notes Data to PST
This is the unique feature of the tool which helps to find and export the required data of a specific date range using “To” and “From” option.
Which OS, the software supports to convert NSF data in PST?
The tool is compatible with all Windows Edition such as 10, 8.1, 8, 7 etc.
Can I download a free version of the software?
Yes, you can easily download the free edition of the NSF to PST Converter.
What are the file size limitations to import NSF to PST?
There is no file size limitation of NSF file to migrate from Domino to Exchange server.
How can I get the working Process of the tool?
You can learn about the working process from the How to work section.
Does there be a need to purchase a User license version?
Yes, , you have to buy a paid user license edition because free version migrates only first 20 files from each folder.
Does there be a need to install Lotus Notes Email Client?
Yes, you have to install Lotus Notes email client and it should be configured to a dummy profile for conversion.
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