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How to convert Lotus Notes to PST?

Manual conversion may be somewhat tricky, risky and complicated for all users. So, one can try a third-party tool like eSoftTools NSF to PST Converter Software to convert Lotus Notes to PST file. It can identify NSF file on its own from the selected location. Also, the selection of items is possible to save time. It hardly takes 3 steps for migration of data. A free demo version is also offered all users with support to all editions of Lotus Notes.
• Run eSoftTools NSF file converter tool.
• Choose Lotus Notes file and mailbox items after checking the preview
• Select PST as the conversion option from the list 9 file types and proceed with Convert button
Explore more: https://www.esofttools.com/nsf-to-pst-converter.html


  • edited August 2019

    To Convert IBM Notes to PST Outlook One can use another reliable and fast tool named, Shoviv NSF to PST Converter tool. The tool appositely Convert the multiple NSF data to Outlook PST at that time and in a hassle-free way.
    The tool also exports or saves data into other formats, EML and MSG. Users can run this tool to any Windows OS and it supports all versions of Lotus Notes, Outlook, and Domino Server. Download its demo and convert the first 25 data items per folder without any cost.

    More details, visit:- https://medium.com/@maxbeckham45/nsf-to-pst-converter-tool-to-convert-lotus-notes-data-to-outlook-1c5f72c1fc90

  • There are several applications available online for switching Lotus Notes file into Outlook PST file format. You can go to Google and search NSF to PST Migration Tool then Google shows you no. of software’s you can select one from them and complete the conversion technique without any resolve.

    To download: https://www.sametools.com/convert/nsf/

  • To convert Lotus Notes to Outlook use MailsDaddy NSF to PST Converter tool and export NSF emails, contacts, calendars, tasks, notes, etc. in Outlook PST file format without losing a single data item. This NSF Converter tool lets you convert single as well as multiple NSF data files in Outlook PST, MSG, EML, EMLX, MBOX, HTML, MHTML, RTF, etc. Download this adequate tool in the Windows OS-oriented system under the Lotus Notes environment. Get more about the tool from here: NSF to PST Converter

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