NSF to PST Converter Software

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Hi users, if you want a solutions for exporting the Lotus notes (.NSF) to MS Outlook (.PST) you can use the PDS NSF to PST Converter. It's a professional software for converting their NSF files into multiple file formats. This Software is very simple interface and also safe to use. Users can select specific emails by using the Mail Date Filter feature. The Software has successfully convert my Lotus Notes data into PST file without any data loss. If you want to know about another functionality, then try free demo version. If you have any doubt, you can contact the tech support at any time. However, if have good technical knowledge and want to convert Lotus Notes files by using manual technique then you can read this convert Lotus Notes to Outlook guide. Here, you will learn about a manual approach and the process of execution.

Prominent features of NSF to PST Converter Software:-

Helps to extract and convert NSF files to Outlook PST format
Generates preview of NSF contents before Export.
Email, Tasks, contacts, calendars etc.. from Lotus Notes can be exported into Outlook PST file.
Microsoft Outlook is not required to be installed for NSF Conversion to Exchange/ Office 365
Have best feature to Export selected folders and their sub-folders from NSF files
Convert NSF file to PST, EML, MSG, HTML, EMLX, Office 365, MBOX, vCard, ICS and CSV.
There is need to install MS Outlook and Lotus Notes to convert NSF to PST Outlook file
Supports NSF File versions: 12.0, 11.0, 10.0.1, 9.0.1, 9.0, 8.5, 8.0.2, 7.0, 6.5, and 6.0


Posted 28 Oct 2022

If you need a quick fix without losing any data when converting NSF data files to Outlook PST, I advise you to use theNSF to PST Converter Tool, a third-party software. SYSessential is excellent for NSF to PST conversion. This tool, which I have also used, offers a variety of capabilities and accurately and flawlessly translates data. This utility comes highly recommended.
Posted 28 Oct 2022

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