QuickData NSF to PST Converter

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NSF to PST Converter Tool

Proficient NSF to PST Converter application to import data of IBM Lotus Notes to Microsoft Outlook by converting .nsf file to .pst. Utilize a trustworthy solution to convert notes to outlook PST formats that can be accessed through all Outlook editions.

  • Allows migrating emails from Lotus Notes .nsf to Outlook with attachments
  • Migrates NSF File Emails, Tasks, Calendars, Notebook, All Documents, etc.
  • The tool export emails that are encrypted from .nsf files to a PST format
  • Business & Enterprise Versions supports Lotus Notes to Exchange Migration
  • NSF to PST Conversion does not require installation of Exchange Server & Domino Server
  • Lotus Notes to PST Converter supports MS Outlook
    For Lotus to Outlook migration, the tool provides support to all Outlook versions including 2016, 2013, 2010 and 2007 .
    & Lotus Notes
    Supports all Lotus Notes versions including 9.0, 8.0, 8.5, 7, 6.
  • The software supports all versions of Windows OS including Windows 10

Features Set of NSF to PST Converter Software
Migration of NSF file to PST with IBM Notes to Outlook Converter without any data loss & with free preview of emails

IBM Notes to Outlook

Converts NSF to PST (Names.nsf & Database.nsf)

The Lotus Notes to PST converter software supports to export Lotus Notes Emails to Outlook and also converts Lotus Notes contacts to PST. Tool exports all items into PST file as well as offers to create a separate PST file for address book (names.nsf) file & emails.

works on all documents

Move Complete Mailbox Items to PST

Import Lotus Notes NSF to Outlook PST with calendars, emails, Notebook, to-do list, contacts, notes, and tasks. Users can choose one item or even a combination during the conversion process.

remove message encryption

Read and Remove NSF Mail Encryption

Encrypted NSF mail is supported by Lotus Notes to PST converter software. Further this encryption can be removed from encrypted emails to proceed with the conversion into .pst file. NSF to PST Conversion also incorporates the provision to keep HTML formatting exactly.

export meta data

Maintains Meta Properties & Attachments

Entire Meta data (To, Cc, Bcc, From, Subject, Received & Sent date and time of email creation & modification, etc) are maintained exactly as it was in the source file while migrating from lotus notes to outlook 2016.

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Bulk Migration of NSF To Exchange Server

Switch from Lotus Notes to Exchange Server directly using Enterprise and Technician license edition of this software. The NSF to PST converter can extract huge amount of data from NSF to mailboxes of Exchange Server .

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Set Email Filters for Customized Migration

The filters provide facility to exclude emails between a specified date-range and Skip Selected Folders. Either mark the option to exclude 'Deleted Items' & 'Sent Items' or enter the name of specific folder(s) to be excluded.

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Conversion of Selected Folders

Converts NSF to PST file along with all selected folders. Check or uncheck folders that will let you export data from all required email folders of an NSF file except from unchecked folders. Using this feature lowers the consumption time in the migration of data.

Filter and export calendars

Filter And Export Calendars

You can apply the date wise filter on Lotus Notes calendars to export calendars within a specific date range. The NSF to PST converter software will include the calendars 'of' selected dates and export them to an Outlook PST format.

split file during export process

Split Resulting PST File by Size

It's totally depends on your need, you can create the PST file from 100 MB up to 50 GB as per your requirement. So check the box "Split options for Outlook data file" and choose size limit to apply the function.

support all editions

Supports All Exchange Server

Entire editions of IBM Lotus notes and Exchange Server are supported by the tool for migrating from Lotus Notes to Outlook. Import NSF file to Exchange (2010, 2007, 2003 etc.) and MS Outlook.

support all ms editions
Support Outlook 2016 (32 & 64 bits)

MS Outlook installation is required for the migration of lotus notes NSF to PST format. Microsoft Outlook 2016 and other all older editions of MS Outlook (32 & 64 bits) are supported by the tool.

canonical name customization
Canonical Name Customization

It is a unique feature of the tool which helps us to directly map the canonical values from the Names.nsf file. So, with NSF to PST tool, there is no need to map the SMTP addresses from Names.nsf file to canonical values manually.

exclude duplicate contacts
Exclude Duplicate Contacts

By using this function you can select a few contacts fields to exclude duplicate contacts from the list while exporting to PST file. It helps to avoid the import of duplicate contacts from NSF to PST file format.

apply journal filter
Apply Journal Filter

Recently this feature has been added in the tool which help users to filter and export a few required journals. Check include date box and select date range & that will filter journals of selected date range.

An Overview Of Lotus Notes and NSF Files

Lotus Notes is a desktop mail client developed by IBM. It downloads emails and stores them in database.nsf and saves contacts to a names.nsf file. Lotus Notes and Domino Server presents a great example of client server architecture, but it is highly cost & effort demanding. Continuous error pop-up & complexities of Lotus Notes sometimes becomes a problem beyond tolerance for users, which makes them look for a solution like the NSF to PST converter.

Reasons Behind NSF File to Outlook PST Conversion

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  • Cutting down the maintenance cost & reduce server management overhead
  • Remove database security & authentication issues and unwanted password prompts
  • Increase data-accessibility over Outlook & Exchange platform by removing limited roaming capabilities

These issues generate an urge to switch the platform by migrating from Lotus Notes to Outlook. For accurate and secure migration, use NSF to PST conversion software. The product gives 100% safe, simple & faster process for the intact conversion of data from NSF to Outlook PST file & MS Exchange. It also export notes contacts to Outlook data file that can be imported into Address book.The best part of the software is that there is no need of any email client to import Domino NSF to PST file.

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Demo Limitation:

Free NSF to PST Converter converts only 25 Items per folder.

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Solve Queries Related to Lotus Notes to Outlook Conversion

Yes, you can make such customization in your conversion process. Just select the Mail Filter option and provide the From and To dates respectively, emails of which have to be downloaded into an Outlook PST format file. Note that the 'selected' dates will be included and emails under the dates between the provided dates will be converted. Kindly, select accordingly.

You will have to purchase the software in Business or Enterprise License to perform bulk NSF file conversion. Further, the licenses also support migration to Live Exchange Server along with Outlook PST. The tool is capable to convert Lotus NSF to Outlook PST online, without lotus notes even if lotus notes is not installed object on machine.

You can download the free trial version of the NSF to PST Converter that lets you test the functionalities in the tool by letting you convert the first 25 items from each folder within the selected .nsf file to PST.

The software supports Outlook 2016, 2010, 2007 and 2003.

There is no requirement of extra technical assistance. Since, Lotus Notes to Outlook Migration tool is developed with an easy and user-friendly interface.

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