Download now the free Lotus Notes to Outlook Converter Tool and get your Import your complete NSF files maximum up to 50GB in size into Outlook PST format. This Software works very smartly and never harms the original content of the data files.
Version: 5.0When you think to switch from Lotus Notes to Outlook then you probably think about the scenario on, how to Import Lotus Notes to Outlook? Then you can easily rely on the NSF to PST Converter tool.
License: Free To Try $179.00
Operating System: Windows
This is the best tool to Convert NSF to PST without harming the original content.
This Software is developed with an advanced conversion algorithm which makes it standalone utility.
This enables users to convert multiple NSF files and even large NSF database up to 50 GB into PST file format within a minute.
Lotus Notes to Outlook Converter is built with an interesting GUI that helps users to understand the working of the tool. There is no requirement to have an extra technical knowledge to use the tool.
The Software enables the user to locate the NSF file by its Auto search Feature. The user can easily search the NSF file just by mentioning its name in the search bar and the NSF Converter Tool will automatically give out the result on the screen.
After this, it will give the complete preview of recovered NSF file in a new window and makes easy for the users to understand the complete file hierarchy in a single window pane.
Similarly, Users will happy to know that this is the upgrade version of NSF to PST Software in which they can even filter the NSF files.
In the Data range Feature, users can select the date range in between this range the NSF data files can be included or excluded as per the users requirement.
Convert NSF to Outlook free by downloading its free version and later on you can purchase the converter tool if you want.
The best part of the tool is that NSF to PST Converter Tool is highly compatible with Windows-based Operating System and strongly supports any NSF file created by major versions of IBM Notes.