What is the best way to convert NSF to PST?

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    One can try to export Lotus Notes database by inbuilt export option. But this option has a limitation to migrate data in a format like CSV. So the suggested way to convert NSF to PST is using a tool like eSoftTools Lotus Notes file converter tool. The user has to select the NSF file and then the element of the mailbox. Any element can be chosen which includes emails, notes, contacts, calendars, journals, and attachments. Many conversion options are available with this tool such as EML, EMLX, HTML, MSG, vCard, PST, CSV, vCard, MBOX, and ICS. Select PST as the file type of the result. A free demo version is also offered to all users with support to all editions of Lotus Notes no requirement of MS Outlook.

    Explore more: https://www.esofttools.com/nsf-to-pst-converter.html

    • This topic was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by  kellyjohnson1.

    Rollins Duke

    Use OneTime NSF File Converter which is one of the best software to convert Lotus Notes NSF files into PST as well as other generic file formats. This software gives facility to migrate IBM Notes files to PST, MSG, EML, EMLX, TXT, MBOX, HTML, MHT, XPS, RTF, DOC, Windows Live Mail, CSV, PDF, DXL, Zimbra, Maildir, Thunderbird, мойофис почта (MyOffice Mail), Entourage (RGE), Outlook for Mac (OLM), Gmail, Outlook.com, Yahoo, Office 365, Exchange Server, Hosted Exchange Server, G Suite, IBM Verse, Amazon Workmail, IMAP, etc.
    You can follow these steps to import NSF to Outlook

      Download OneTine NSF File Converter and load NSF files in the software panel.
      Convert IBM Notes NSF files into PST format by selecting PST as saving format from toolbar.
      Run MS Outlook email client and import resultant PST file in Outlook using Open Outlook Data File option.
    • This reply was modified 1 week, 4 days ago by  Rollins Duke.

    Do you look for converting Lotus Notes files into Outlook PST format? This software solves your converting problems. Lotus Notes NSF file Converter tool is a more secure way to migrate NSF email to MS Outlook. Migrate Lotus Notes to PST is easy to migrate email items such as email address book, calendar, Task & journal items to PST, EML, MBOX.
    Use the following steps –
    1. Launch MS Outlook application.
    2. From the ‘File’ menu, click ‘Import and Export’ option. …
    3. Click ‘Next’.
    4. Choose among the ‘Comma Separated Values’ and ‘Tab Separated Values’.
    5. Click ‘Next’.
    6. Pass through the entire ‘Export’ wizard.
    7. Choose and navigate the file exported from Lotus Notes.

    For more info:- NSF to PST Conversion



    Well, this really tough to answer. But one can rely on expert’s advice to get the best way to Converter NSF to PST Software. According to my personal experience, I found that the eSoftTools Lotus Notes file converter is the best and perfect for migrating information from NSF into numerous file types apart from Outlook PST. Each segment of the email is saved with precision. These may include stuff like bcc, cc, internet header, images, message body, date, time, attachments, etc. The user can even have looked at the migration status and working mechanism of the tool. A free trial is also offered to each user which lets them test the performance on their local system.

    Get more info:- Convert NSF to PST



    For the best NSF to PST Conversion, try Shoviv NSF to PST Converter Tool that helps to convert the multiple NSF data to Outlook PST, EML, and MSG formats without any trouble. It supports all Windows OS versions, IBM Notes, and Outlook. Download its demo to test the tool and also convert the first 25 data items per folder.

    More details, visit:- https://medium.com/@maxbeckham45/best-way-to-convert-lotus-notes-to-outlook-converter-253bea037bc6

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