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"Export Lotus Notes to PST" snapshot
Are you one among those who too consider Lotus Notes to Outlook conversion a very daunting process. If yes, then all you need is an appropriate Kernel for Notes to Outlook conversion utility. The tool is very effective in every situation
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October 31, 2011
Description from the Publisher
Kernel for Notes to Outlook conversion utility is a perfect solution for all those who are looking to migrate from Lotus Domino Server environment to MS Exchange Server environment. Great feature about this software is its astonishing ability to export Notes components to newly created PST or to an existing profile on Exchange Server. In fact, this is one such software that use quick and reliable conversion algorithm for performing the successful conversion of .NSF file to .PST file and user mailboxes from Domino Server to MS Exchange Server. The most remarkable feature of this software is its aptitude to convert every email and item of NSF file to PST file instantly and accurately. Moreover, this Kernel product facilitates you with two different saving options to save and view converted file in Text or RTF format. Another great aspect about this tool is it recreates same folder structure after NSF to PST conversion and makes it easy to access with MS Outlook. Apart from this, it conducts the Lotus Notes to Outlook conversion in a simplest manner and in almost every version of MS Exchange Server.
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