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How to convert lotus notes .nsf to outlook .pst?

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  • Dear guru,

     

    I'm looking for the way to convert my notes email archive(.nsf) to outlook mail file. I found that there are some commercial 3rd party tool doing this job which is tooooo expensive for me. Is there any good way to convert .nsf to .pst or to move my mail data to outlook for FREE?

     

    I tried a method which uses localhost mail server to send notes mail to outlook locally by IMAP(http://www.benshoemate.com/2007/11/09/how-to-upload-all-your-old-archived-email-to-gmail-from-outlook-lotus-notes-and-unix-pine/) but failed because my company blocked IMAP and POP3 incoming for security reason.

     

    I'm using lotus notes 7.0.2 and Outlook 2007. Does notes connector work for this problem?

     

    Thx.

    Wednesday, September 17, 2008 5:13 AM

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  • Hi, you should be able to do the conversion anywhere using a local mercury email server. If the IMAP port is blocked by your firewall at work, you may want to take the nsf file home and do it there. I update the article yesterday to clarify a few things

    Tuesday, December 02, 2008 6:37 PM
  • I just went through a NSF to PST conversion, Domino 7 to Exchange 03, at a company for 25 people. The best (not easiest) way I found was the MS Outlook Connector for Domino.

    What I did was get everyone's ID files, and open Lotus Notes first, import their ID file, log in as them, then tie the connector in. Then open up in Outlook (using the MS Connector) all their mail would appear. After I checked all the email, contacts and calendars were there, I exported all information to a PST file.

    Then I'd go onto the users computer, setup there Exchange account in Outlook, and replace (or import) the PST with the one I had just exported, and it automatically populates the MS Exchange server with those messages.   We tried the MS Server tools to export Notes to Exchange but the calendars would not export correctly at all. So yes, this is may not be the best way with as its time consuming as alot of time goes to exporting/importing. But without any additional cost to IT (were small business) we saved a bundle and it worked 100%.

    Hope this helps anyone else out there.


    Wednesday, January 14, 2009 6:53 PM
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    Wednesday, September 11, 2013 2:47 PM

  • I'm looking for the way to convert my notes email archive(.nsf) to outlook mail file. I found that there are some commercial 3rd party tool doing this job which is tooooo expensive for me. Is there any good way to convert .nsf to .pst or to move my mail data to outlook for FREE?

    If I talk about free lotus notes migration apps then online records are showing that there are no free tools yet for lotus notes archive migration. Microsoft has a connecter suit (free) for same that allows migrating of configured notes database file to ms outlook. External tools are playing very important role here with perfection and satisfaction. Among all, Export Notes is a very low cost and feature-rich solution that assures accuracy of migrated data.  It allows all types of nsf (mail database.nsf, archive.nsf, names.nsf) file migration into ms outlook pst file as well as Exchange Server (business version) even the data is inside All Documents folder or encrypted.

    http://www.systoolsgroup.com/export-notes.html

    Wednesday, October 16, 2013 9:09 AM
  • Using NSF to PST Conversion Tool from http://www.nsftopst.recoveryfiles.org you can instantly export your Lotus Notes from Domino Server to MS Outlook successfully.
    Thursday, October 17, 2013 12:09 PM
  • Try third party tool NSF to PST Converter software.
    NSF to PST tool is embedded with the following features that make NSF to PST Conversion, a success:
    Converts Domino Server mailbox accounts.
    Efficiently convert NSF to PST.
    Converts emails, contacts, notes, appointments, journals, tasks, attachments, images.
    Save and view converted .NSF file in HTML, Text or RTF format.
    Recreates folder structure of NSF to PST for making it easily accessible with MS Outlook.
    Preserves original formatting after migration.
    Converts unlimited .NSF file(s) to .PST/Exchange.
    Operates in Advanced Mode to convert multiple NSF files to PST at a time.
    Saves converted NSF file to .PST or in existing Notes to Exchange Tool profile.
    Owns the Exclude “All documents” folder option to eliminate the possibility of duplicate files.
    Supports Unicode Character Conversion.

    For more information and free download click http://nsftopst-tool.blogspot.com
    Saturday, January 04, 2014 4:11 PM
  • To convert Lotus Notes database to Outlook PST format download NSF to PST Conversion utility from http://www.filerepairtools.com/nsf-to-pst-conversion.html

    This software is easy to use with self descriptive interface which guides user easily through conversion process.

    Friday, January 24, 2014 4:09 PM
  • Try Lotus Notes to Outlook software which is one of the software for migration from Lotus Notes to Outlook. This tool is designed to resolve all problems related to email migration from Lotus Notes to Outlook and assures flawless and perfect conversion.
    Free Trial version export the NSF file to pst file and show you the preview on converted mailbox:
    http://www.recoverfilesdownload.com/nsf-to-pst-converter.html
    Friday, March 07, 2014 11:11 AM
  • There is no free tool to convert Lotus to Outlook so far. Most of them are paid. So if you are on a tight budget you are basically looking for a cheapest solution that will do the job. A quick research shows that Total Webmail Converter can convert Lotus to PST and the price is most affordable ($49.90).

    Source: http://www.coolutils.com/TotalWebmailConverter


    Tuesday, March 25, 2014 4:00 AM
  • Do you want to transfer data one format to another format, You can try to use RecoveryFix for Lotus Notes to Outlook conversion software that allows easy conversion of type NSF to PST format. To know more read this blog: http://diskdatarecovery.jimdo.com/2013/01/23/migrate-and-access-lotus-notes-nsf-files-in-ms-outlook/

    You can download demo version from: http://www.nsftopstconverter.com/download-nsf-to-pst-converter.html
    Thursday, April 03, 2014 9:18 AM
  • The software converts NSF to PST file and provides option to save the mail items folder as PST, MSG or EML files. The converted PST file contains the entire Lotus Notes items in user mailbox and the individual items, with their original format.Get more info from here...... http://www.filesrecoverytools.com/nsf-to-pst-converter.html
    Friday, April 04, 2014 12:41 PM
  • Visit http://exchangerecovery.hubpages.com/hub/Swift-and-Precise-NSF-to-PST-migration to know how to migrate Lotus Notes from Domino Server to MS Outlook pst file instantly.

    Monday, April 07, 2014 10:41 AM
  • Trying third party Lotus Notes to Outlook software from http://www.nsftopstconverter.com/ you can transfer your NSF file format into PST file format.

    To know more about this software also read this blog: http://diskdatarecovery.jimdo.com/2013/01/23/migrate-and-access-lotus-notes-nsf-files-in-ms-outlook/

    Tuesday, April 08, 2014 5:48 AM
  • The best converter you can try is the third party software. The software is used for all NSF file for migration in all equivalent PST file format. You can download this software: http://www.export-notes-to-outlook.com/export-lotus-notes-email-to-outlook.html

    See demo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAZnQKo0jNs

    Wednesday, April 16, 2014 10:06 AM
  • NSF to PST Converter software is a perfect and quick migration utility which efficiently moves unlimited no of mailboxes from Lotus Notes to Outlook. You can securely move all your emails and other data Lotus Notes/NSF to MS Exchange Server/MS Outlook/pst files. Few months back i had used ths tool for Lotus notes to outlook migration, i had completed this task with few minutes. Use Free trial version to see the preview of converted Lotus Notes Mailboxes:
    http://www.nsf-to-pst-converter.recoverydeletedfiles.com/

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 11:06 AM