How to Convert NSF Archives to Outlook PST File
By: Elwin Swan
Lotus Notes is the most popular client-server, collaborative application developed and sold by IBM Software Group. IBM defines the software as an "integrated desktop client" option for accessing business emails, calendars, to-do lists, journals, business contacts.
Various email clients such as Lotus notes, Outlook. Outlook Express etc stores emails, calendars, to-do list, and personal journals in different formats. Thus switching from one email client to another email client may become frustrating. If you wish to convert Lotus Notes archives to Outlook then this is also a serious issue as it may demand lot of time and money.
Lotus Notes stores its information such as business emails, calendars, to-do lists, journals, business contacts in NSF file format in other hand Microsoft Outlook stores its emails, contacts, tasks, notes, appointments, calendars and journals in PST file format. Many users required to convert Lotus Notes NSF archives to Outlook PST file for the following reasons:
• As Lotus Notes involves high installation costs annually, many organizations fails to afford these high installation charges every year. They just convert Lotus Notes emails and all other information to Outlook PST file.
• Users have to switch from Lotus Notes to Outlook because of change of job or profession. If one person changing his job from where he uses Lotus Notes email system for sending and receiving emails to a new company using Microsoft Outlook as its prime email client. To get back all the emails and other information, migrating from Lotus Notes to Outlook is the only way.
Now SysTools Software provides SysTools Export Notes for switching from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Outlook. SysTools Export Notes is a simple yet powerful and feature rich Lotus Notes conversion utility to convert Lotus Notes emails, calendar, journals, to do lists, contacts or address book to MS Outlook.
SysTools Export Notes software is a NSF to PST conversion software to convert Lotus Notes NSF archives to Outlook PST file. Software provides best features to switch between Lotus Notes and Microsoft Outlook:
• Easy User Interface: Software provides easy & simple user interface that encourage novice to use the software confidently.
• Convert Lotus Notes to MS Outlook: Export Notes converts Lotus Notes emails, journals, and calendar, to do list to MS Outlook PST files.
• Maintain all Meta Data information intact: Convert Lotus Notes NSF archives to MS Outlook with attachment, and keeping all Meta information intact.
• Runs on Windows 2000, XP, and Vista.
If you face any problem converting Lotus Notes NSF archive to MS Outlook PST file due to corrupt views of NSF file, try using IBM Data Fixup Utility and run against the Lotus Notes NSF file and fix your Lotus Notes emails and other Lotus Notes information. Many times when you restart a server, the server quickly searches for any unlogged databases that were modified but improperly closed because of a server failure, power failure, hardware failure, and so on. When users attempt to access one of these databases and Lotus Notes Fixup Utility has not yet run on the database, the users see the message "This database cannot be opened because a consistency check of it is in progress." A few minutes after server startup is complete, then run the Lotus Notes Fixup Utility on these databases to fix any inconsistencies that resulted from a server failure.
Users can download SysTools Export Notes software from the following link:
Downloading SysTools Export Notes, users can converts only 15 emails/calendars/contacts/journals/tasks of Lotus Notes NSF Archives to Outlook PST file. Try using Export Notes to Convert Lotus Notes NSF Archive to MS Outlook or Convert NSF File to PST File quickly.
SysTools Software is a prime developer of Email Conversion & System Software utility to convert Lotus Notes database to any other email clients, to repair corrupt access database, to extract bkf files, to recover lost or forgotten passwords of Access database, to repair zip files.
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