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NSF to PST Converter for migrating Lotus notes to Outlook PST format

There are many well-known email clients available in the world of communication and everyone has their own status. In these, an email client is Lotus Notes which is a highly developed and effective alternative to organizer’s communication. If you use it, you will definitely be aware of every fact. But here I am not going to discuss this email client, but I am going to tell an elegant option to migrate IBM Notes to another email client i.e MS Outlook, which can not only migrate in PST rather allows to export data from NSF to Office 365, MBOX, EML & many other formats.

What do I implement on NSF to PST Conversion?

You can try many tools for Lotus Notes to Outlook conversion, but I want to give advice which one is better. Adopt SysBud NSF to PST converter for migrating data from IBM Lotus Notes to Outlook as well as taking all its elements together to import it into Outlook PST format. It has been built in simple interfaces with advanced algorithm therefore this NSF converter is also beneficial for a non-technical user.

Most helpful features of NSF to PST Converter

  • User-friendly interface with advanced algorithm.
  • Files & folders load option and generate the preview of uploaded NSF file.
  • Find the precious mail using search mail facility.
  • No technical knowledge required to convert NSF to PST & other formats.
  • Multiple conversion option from NSF to PST, Office 365, EML, MBOX, RTF etc.
  • Create single or separate PST file for all Lotus Notes NSF data.
  • Support all Window editions such as Win 10, 8.1, 8.1, 7.0 etc.

The software easily converts encrypted emails and keeps read/unread status. NSF to PST Converter also allows the bulk migration to import all IBM notes data at once. Demo version of Lotus Notes to Outlook converter is also available on official website. This allows you to migrate first 20 emails from each folder/subfolder.

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