Convert NSF to Outlook
To migrate NSF file to PST file format the software convert complete data within Lotus Notes NSF data file like: Emails, contacts, calendars, Tasks, Notes & journals into Outlook without changing (preserving) the meta data
Export Selected Folders
The software offers you the option to choose folders for conversion. Using this option you can include or exclude desired folders for migration. Thus you can only convert selective folders or components from the chosen Notes database, instead of exporting all the folders
Individual PST for Contacts
If needed the user can save emails & contacts into single PST file. All the contacts are stored in names.nsf file and this file is then migrated into single/individual PST file by preserving all fields & groups. Thus the user can easily export contacts into single PST file
Export All or Selective Items
To convert Lotus notes to Outlook you can select or export selective items. The software lets you check/uncheck the selected items so that you can only export those items which you need to migrate. For each mailbox, there is a separate folder in which items will get saved
Filter & Migrate Calendars
Similar to the email filter, the software also export calendar of a specific date range. When the migration process starts, the entries of the selected date range is included while the entries before and after the date range is excluded in the conversion process
Exclude Duplicate Contacts
The software provides the feature to exclude contacts from being converted into the output data file. The Lotus Notes to Outlook converter has multiple filter options feature to customize duplicate contacts exclusion. By default full name, address & mobile number are applied
Remove Message Encryption
Many NSF file emails have been encrypted for the security concerns. You need to check on “Remove Encryptions” option to remove the security from such emails and then you can easily export NSF files to Outlook
Maintain HTML Formatting
The NSF to PST software keeps the HTML formatting like: Hyperlink, signatures etc. of your emails intact with inline images. During IBM Notes to Outlook conversion, the software also keeps Internet Header of all emails as it was earlier
Support for DocLink Migration
The NSF to Outlook converter has a special feature to create a link between two Notes documents and can generate doclinks. The Lotus Notes to PST converter supports the retaining of the doclinks from the selected database to the resultant PST file
Customize Canonical Value
NSF to PST converter is built with advance features which let the software detect & convert canonical name format set for any senders email address in the selected database. You can either set SMTP name format for all the canonical values or can define an individual value for each in a CSV file and use it
The NSF to Outlook converter allow you to map the folders of Lotus Notes with Outlook PST. You can easily map NSF file inbox in Outlook, so that the data will get saved into the folder. Any German, French or other user can change the name of the folder in PST & can easily map it
Split PST File
The software has file splitting option for splitting the output PST file. You can apply the auto-splitting option on the basis of specified size in MB or GB. Once the Output PST file reaches the mentioned file size limit, the tool will automatically split PST files
Go to Start menu » Programs » NSF to PST » NSF to PST Converter to launch the application. The software screen is shown below:
Click on Browse button to browse the NSF file from your system which you want to convert.
A screen will appear from where you can select the NSF File then click on Open button.
Now you can Browse Lotus Notes contact file which is names.nsf
A screen will appear from where you can select Names.nsf contact file of Lotus Notes
The Lotus Notes to Outlook converter has two Export options:
Now, you can select the required folder to Export & then click on Apply button.
The next screen of the software lets you select the categories to migrate NSF file to PST file format. You can apply the filter for each category.
Now, select the Date Filter. In this option you can also include email of particular interval for migrating.
You can also remove the duplicate contacts by selecting “Exclude Duplicate contacts” option & then click on “Set” button.
Apply the required filters(First name, Mail address, Mobile number etc.) to remove duplicate contacts.
Check on Apply Advance Options for the advance setting. Click on Setting to proceed further.
A screen will appear displaying Advance Settings for successful migration of Lotus Notes to Outlook.
Now, if you want to convert the canonical name, which you have used in Lotus Notes, into Outlook SMTP format, then you can select the required naming convention.
Now enter the domain name for the SMTP translation with respective canonical name. .
Map the Lotus Notes default generated folder with your Outlook default folder name.
Click the Apply button to save all the advance settings.
The software provide Split PST option to split large PST files according to the size. The file could be splitted in GB or MB. For changing the default saving location click on Change button.
Click on Export button to start the export process.
With the completion of export process, a report is generated. Click on the Export Report button to save the export report.
Now, Browse to the destination location in MS Outlook. Choose the file and click on OK.
After this the Outlook will open the selected PST file.
Migrating NSF files to PST file format was a kind of rocket science for me. This tool has helped me a lot as I was looking for the best tool which can easily migrate NSF file to PST. Now I’m much more organized with the task of converting multiple NSF files to Outlook file format easily.
- Sandra Kent, Las Vegas
I have used many conversion software in past. But this NSF to PST software is a tool which is worth recommending. The price are also affordable and is very user friendly. Thanks to the development team for creating such a best software to convert Lotus Notes to Outlook.
- Ramona Peter, Toronto