Export Notes to Outlook

Convert lotus notes NSF files to outlook PST

Lotus Notes is an email client used by large number of users. It helps user in performing different functions such as text messaging, online task scheduling, file sharing and many more. Mailbox data of the Lotus Notes users is stored in NSF file either in local disk or in Lotus Domino Server. Due to certain factors such as job relocation, complicated features of Lotus Notes and others, many lotus notes users prefer to switch to another email environment. MS Outlook is also advanced email client that support multiple tasks. Notes to Outlook converter provides you an easy option of migrating into MS Outlook from Lotus Notes.

Utilize Export Notes to Outlook tool to migrate multiple Lotus Notes mailboxes to MS Outlook and MS Exchange Server conveniently.

Email migration process of Export Notes to Outlook software

Notes to Outlook email migrator avails two distinctive conversion modes:

Standard Conversion Mode: Using the Standard conversion mode, administrators can select multiple Lotus Notes or Domino Server files and migrate them to MS Outlook or Exchange Server in single conversion command. This mode can be chosen if the required files are limited.

Advanced Conversion Mode: This mode is also known as Batch file conversion mode. User is advised to utilize this mode for numerous NSF files or mailbox conversion. Using this option, unlimited Lotus Notes or Dominos mailboxes can be added to a single conversion batch at a time.

Lotus Notes to Outlook exporter migrate all the components of NSF files to MS Outlook or Exchange Server. During the conversion process, the integrity of NSF components such as Journals, Calendars, UNICODE characters, email elements etc. are safeguarded by its advanced defense algorithm. Subsequent to the completion of the conversion, a user is provided with detailed view of each converted file component. This Lotus Notes converter maintains the hierarchy of the files and their elements upon conversion. These converted files can be restored in PST, HTML, RTF or TXT format. This software offers a responsive interface with understandable features. Therefore, it can be easily operated by any non-technical user.

The tool possesses advanced filter options too. It allows user to specify the item types that they want to include or exclude in the mailbox migration. It also features a date-range option that filters the records of a particular date range. In addition, they can exclude unwanted folders from migration too.

Versions Supported:
  • MS Exchange Server 5.5, 2000, 5.0, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016
  • MS Outlook 97, 98, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013 (32&64 both version) and 2016
  • Lotus Notes 6.0, 6.5, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0, and 9.0.1
  • Lotus Domino Server 6.0, 6.5, 7.0, 8.0, and 8.5
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Notes to Outlook converter is offered in free trial version as well. The trial version allows the conversion of 10 emails from each folder of a single NSF file. This version has been restricted to optimize the saving functionality to its fullest. In order to make the maximum utilization of the offered features of the software, purchase its licensed version.

 

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Key features:
  • Capable of converting several NSF files into Outlook PST or Exchange Server in just one cycle
  • Export all items of the Lotus Notes mailbox such as inbox, sent items, to-do-lists, contacts, appointments and tasks to PST file
  • Send large number of Domino Server mailboxes into MS Exchange environment
  • Fully support the conversion of Unicode characters
  • Fully preserves email formatting, structure and order in the migrated mailboxes
  • Support every version of MS Outlook, MS Exchange Server, Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino Server
  • Splits large sized PST files into smaller chunks (with size 100 MB to 10 GB)
  • The software also offers advanced email filtering options to save specific email items falling in a particular date range.
  • Owns features to exclude folders, and to exclude/include item types in NSF migration
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