Salient Features of the Lotus Notes to Outlook Conversion Tool

Convert Notes to Outlook

Data Migration with Intact Metadata

Once the data conversion from NSF files starts, the Lotus Notes to Outlook Migration tool migrate entire data from selected file storing its Attachments, NDL Links, Folder and Sub Folder structure, Archive Database and preserving the Meta data info into a PST file format.

Notes to Exchange

Conversion from Notes to Exchange

Lotus Notes to Outlook Conversion Tool benefits the user to transfer Notes Database on Exchange via Business and Enterprise Edition of the Tool. It can migrate any number of Notes Mailboxes to Exchange Server without dropping any information.

Split PST Size

Option to Split PST Size

Size of PST file now can be easily diminished using new feature of Software Split PST Size. It benefits in the creation of Outlook PST files as per need in MB & GB. By default the Lotus Notes file data gets saved into single PST file

Filter Duplicate Contacts

Omission of Duplicate Contacts

New feature Exclude Duplicate Contacts in the Software assist in the omission of same data during the conversion of Names.nsf file into PST format. In this various options are available which aid in the filtration of Lotus Notes contact file easily.

Map Notes Canonical Names

Map Notes Canonical Name

The canonical values found in the sender's email address of Notes user now can be easily converted in the required SMTP address. Using this feature several canonical names can be mapped either in same SMTP format or discrete by adding in the CSV file

Remove Encryption From NSF Email

Convert Encrypted Lotus Notes Email

To export Encrypted NSF Emails from Lotus Notes to Outlook select inbuilt Remove Encryption Option from the Migration tool which decrypt the Email and benefits the User to access Emails in Outlook after the conversion appropriately.

Map Folder to Folder

Map Notes Folder to Outlook Folder

The Lotus Notes Export to Outlook Tool is assembled with the option of Folder to Folder Mapping. Using this feature User can Map Notes Inbox to Outlook Inbox. It facilitate other languages users to change the name of folder in PST in their own language and map.

Email Calendar & To Do Filter

Filters to Export Selective Data

Using Filters for Emails, Calendar, Journal & To Do you can export selected data of required time period by filling the dates in From & To option given in the Lotus Notes to Outlook software. By default all data stored in each Folder is exported when Lotus NSF to PST conversion gets completed.

Save Notes Contacts into Separate PST

Save Contacts into Separate PST

To save NSF file contacts into different PST file user can check Migrate Contacts into Separate PST option provided by Lotus Notes Export to Outlook Tool and can get the contacts in new Outlook PST file after the completion of migration process.

Export Data From All Document

Export All Document Data

Using the software the data of All Document folder can be easily exported during Lotus Notes to outlook Conversion. The software effectually migrate the folder maintaining relevance and originality of the emails info after the migration

Save Internet and HTML Properties

Save Internet and HTML Properties

Using Advance Setting Option HTML and Internet Header characteristics of Emails can be saved before converting Lotus Notes NSF to Outlook PST. These options aid to maintain Technical and formatting properties unaltered after conversion.

Outlook Versions Supported

All Outlook Versions Supported

Updated Version of Lotus Notes to Outlook converter now support Outlook 2013 (32- bit & amp; 64-bit) & its prior editions. After performing the conversion of Notes to Outlook the software saved output PST file in UNICODE format by default.

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