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stevergrs12 (15/03/2018, 12h23)
To migrate from Lotus Notes to Outlook you can use NSF to PST converter which i
equipped with rich algorithm and capable to perform the task with 100
efficiency and donít take tension about the file size, it is tested on the ver
large size file in the software data test laboratory and its highly advance
algorithm assembled with it helps to perform the conversion process withou
creating any panic situations, it supports Lotus Notes 9.0.1, 9.0, 8.5, 8.0.2
7.0, 6.5. Apart from it, you can directly export your NSF data into Office 36
directly and live Exchange support.

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shivg (03/08/2018, 11h30)
Le jeudi 15 Mars 2018 ŗ 12:23 par stevergrs12 :
> To migrate from Lotus Notes to Outlook you can use NSF to PST converter which
> is equipped with rich algorithm and capable to perform the task with 100%
> efficiency and donít take tension about the file size, it is tested on
> the very large size file in the software data test laboratory and its highly
> advanced algorithm assembled with it helps to perform the conversion process
> without creating any panic situations, it supports Lotus Notes 9.0.1, 9.0 8.5,
> 8.0.2, 7.0, 6.5. Apart from it, you can directly export your NSF data into
> Office 365 directly and live Exchange support.
> Know More & Get Free Trial Version:
>

To migrate Lotus Notes data to Outlook, Kernel for Lotus Notes to Outloo
Conversion software is a best and secure way. The software can easily conver
NSF file of Lotus notes to Outlook PST formats within a few clicks. The softwar
also supports to export Domino Server and Notes mailboxes to Exchange or Outloo
PST without facing any issues. For more information about the software, visit
walkersemmy (08/08/2018, 08h24)
I would not suggest you any manual method because it seems to be quite complicated. NSF to PST Converter is the quick solution I would say on your situation.

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dickydonk342 (09/08/2018, 12h28)
I understand your situation and that’s why recommending you NSF to PST Converter. Last Month, I used this tool on the advice of my technical friend.

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lonker (10/08/2018, 14h18)
Le jeudi 15 Mars 2018 ŗ 12:23 par stevergrs12 :
> To migrate from Lotus Notes to Outlook you can use NSF to PST converter which
> is equipped with rich algorithm and capable to perform the task with 100%
> efficiency and donít take tension about the file size, it is tested on
> the very large size file in the software data test laboratory and its highly
> advanced algorithm assembled with it helps to perform the conversion process
> without creating any panic situations, it supports Lotus Notes 9.0.1, 9.0 8.5,
> 8.0.2, 7.0, 6.5. Apart from it, you can directly export your NSF data into
> Office 365 directly and live Exchange support.
> Know More & Get Free Trial Version:
>

Three months ago, I was trying to move all my email files from NSF to PS
format. I used many manual methods but was unable to get accurate results. The
one of my colleagues suggested me NSF to PST Converter. You can try this tool.

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brownsmith34 (14/08/2018, 11h13)
Le jeudi 15 Mars 2018 ŗ 12:23 par stevergrs12 :
> To migrate from Lotus Notes to Outlook you can use NSF to PST converter which
> is equipped with rich algorithm and capable to perform the task with 100%
> efficiency and donít take tension about the file size, it is tested on
> the very large size file in the software data test laboratory and its highly
> advanced algorithm assembled with it helps to perform the conversion process
> without creating any panic situations, it supports Lotus Notes 9.0.1, 9.0 8.5,
> 8.0.2, 7.0, 6.5. Apart from it, you can directly export your NSF data into
> Office 365 directly and live Exchange support.
> Know More & Get Free Trial Version:
>

In this case, you simply need to convert your lotus notes file in outlook dat
file format, that is to say pst. For this I recommend lotus notes migration. I
records any number and size of lotus notes files in pst file format keepin
intact the folder structure. Visit for more info
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