Toolsbaer PST to NSF Conversion Tool
PST to NSF Migration for powerful and safe conversion software.
|Category||File & Disk Management|
Want to convert Outlook emails to Lotus Notes platform, use PST to NSF Conversion which is a trouble-free and safe application. The powerful program is designed to work comfortably on all Outlook and Windows versions. There is no need for any application except Lotus Notes client installation to convert Outlook to Lotus Notes client. The program performs quick and safe conversion of all size PST files. There is no issue of file measurement with the software. All emails, contacts, notes, calendars, etc. get converted by the application. If users want to export only contacts or emails, they can do this with this smart application. Users can freely select any path to save the converted NSF files. Users can save the exported results to a new folder if they want. The program works effectively without any data losses. The embedded images, headers, etc. are safely exported along with PST emails. There are only three steps of conversion with the software and users can simply get Outlook data to IBM Notes client without any misplacement & losses. It is suggested to try a free version of PST to Lotus Notes NSF File Conversion Tool first before moving to the paid version to examine the tool before apply for the license version. Users can easily download the application on all Windows versions without any trouble to other tasks running on the system. The complete folder sequence is maintained during the conversion process. Try free trial of the utility if you want to be aware of the working capability and features of the utility. The conversion can be performed in a trouble-free environment with full accuracy. The selection of output destination is totally in the user’s hands. The folder structure is not disturbed by the software during and after the Converter Check complete functioning of the utility with a free demo which is available free of cost for all users. 24/7 customer support team is there to sort out user queries