KDETools NSF to PST Converter

by Daniel Jones Software Admin
NSF Converter is a professional solution to convert NSF files to PST and multiple file-formats. This software also maintain metadata of email.
Recommended Features
  • Support multiple file formats like PST, EML, EMLX, HTML, MSG, etc.
  • NSF Converter also compatible with Lotus Notes versions such as 10.0.1, 9.0, 8.5, 8.0.2, 7.0, and etc.
  • Keep all the Email properties like To, Cc, Bcc, Subject, Sent & received data, Images, and Attachments, etc.
  • Shows a free preview of all emails with attachments.
  • Support all the latest versions of the Window and Microsoft Outlook.
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Review on KDETools NSF to PST Converter

For easy and direct conversion of Lotus Notes NSF to Outlook PST file data with the help of this NSF Converter. It transfer all NSF mailbox data like contacts, emails, tasks, appointments, attachments, notes, images, etc. from the PST file format. This software easily convert NSF file to PST and multiple file-formats such as MBOX, MSG, EML, vCal, vCard, and etc. NSF converter also maintains Meta properties of email such as to, bcc, cc, subject, attachment and etc. This software also shows a free preview after the scanning process. This software is compatible with all Lotus Notes versions.

Earlier, I couldnt even think of moving my Lotus Notes Data to any other application, but now I have successfully migrated from Lotus Notes to Outlook. All thanks to NSF Converter that not only allows conversion from Lotus Notes to PST but preserves data accuracy too. Thank you, team, for your efforts in developing this amazing product to convert NSF files along with emails, contacts, calendars, attachments, and other important information.

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