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iconOutlook PST to NSF Conversion 6.0

SysTools Product Strategy & Architecture Practice has developed a Outlook PST to NSF conversion Solution. In the past, lots of companies used MS Outlook as their primary messaging platform but, with the release of Lotus Notes Domino server, a lot of them are thinking of converting files from Outlook PST to Notes NSF. There are many 3rd party who selling email migration tools for PST to NSF Conversion but only few of them really have quality tool. PST to NSF Conversion Software is a connector between exchange server to Lotus Notes Domino server that converts mailboxes from Outlook to Notes databases file. Outlook PST to NSF conversion software easily supports ANSI (MS Outlook 2000, 2002 & XP) and UNICODE (MS Outlook 2003 & 2007) data into the NSF files of Lotus Notes (8.5, 8.0, 7.0 & 6.5). To help the user enjoy the facilities of the Lotus Notes later on, the software itself has some unique facility to offer, some of them are the conversion of the emails without any alteration in the original format, conversion of both orphan & configured PST files, converts files collectively, among other facility. The software smoothly carries on its Convert PST File to Notes process on the windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista and Win 7. For getting familiarized with the features and PST to NSF conversion process of Outlook PST to NSF conversion software, the demo version can be downloaded. The demo version also converts emails massages, contacts information, calendar data from the Outlook database to Lotus Notes but only 15 PST files. But since unlimited email conversion is not possible with the demo version, the user is required to buy the full version of SysTools Outlook to Notes Software. The full licensed version of the software is available for $129 on Personal license and $229 on Business License.
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