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Migrate Lotus Notes to Outlook using NSF to PST Converter

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Migrate Lotus Notes to Outlook using NSF to PST Converter

Postby stevesosa » Thu Oct 10, 2019 7:27 am

Try this Advance NSF to PST Converter software that is a perfect and quick migration utility which efficiently moves unlimited number of mailboxes from Lotus Notes to Outlook. You can securely move all your emails and other data of Lotus Notes NSF file to Outlook PST in just few clicks. This software also has Selective Conversion feature where you can easily Select those files which you want to Migrate.

Download this Software free demo version from here: http://www.nsftopstconverter.emltopstutility.com/
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Re: Migrate Lotus Notes to Outlook using NSF to PST Converte

Postby Abigailwalker » Wed Oct 16, 2019 12:53 am

With the ToolsGround NSF to PST Converter software allows users to convert unlimited Lotus Notes.NSF files. It successfully exports Lotus Notes to Ms. Outlook and converts NSF to PST with text, attachments, folders, and subfolders, Message properties like to, from, cc, bcc, sent/receive dates and times, Calendar items, Task items, Encrypted email, and attachments.

More Info:- https://www.toolsground.com/nsf-to-pst-converter/
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Re: Migrate Lotus Notes to Outlook using NSF to PST Converte

Postby millerkiller2 » Thu Oct 17, 2019 4:43 am

NSF to PST Migration Conversion a great and powerful software for converting NSF files to PST files. This tool easily migrate from NSF to PST by exporting all your emails, calendars, journal, tasks, tasks, etc. Free Trial version which converts the first 10 items from each folder.

More info visit here;- https://www.toolsbaer.com/nsf-to-pst-conversion/
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