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Convert NSF File to MBOX in Bulk
With the help of this NSF to MBOX Converter, one can export NSF emails to MBOX format without any hassle. However, if a user wants, then he/she can convert Lotus Notes NSF to MBOX format in batch also using this tool. The tool provides an option to add folder that contains multiple NSF files in it and export all of them to MBOX format.
Maintains Data Integrity
The Lotus Notes to MBOX converter is designed in such manner that while exporting NSF to MBOX format it preserves the data integrity. Moreover, this is an optional feature for the user, which needs to checked while conversion to maintain folder hierarchy such as Internet Header, HTML Formatting, Maintain Folder Hierarchy and others. In addition, the tool does not compromise folder structure by default.
Multipe Naming Convention
This utility includes the Naming Convention option for saving converted files with alternative naming conventions. In addition, the tool includes a date filter option for users who wish to convert emails from a certain period range. Furthermore, the program allows you to exclude duplicate contacts throughout the contact conversion process.
Various Data Item Conversion
All Lotus Notes items, such as emails, contacts, calendars, and tasks, are converted by the NSF to MBOX Converter program without any data loss. To convert particular things from Lotus Notes, simply choose the items from the Select Category.
Preserve NSF Emails Meta Properties
Another impressive feature about the software is that it preserves the meta properties of the Lotus Notes emails. For example, too, cc, bcc, email ids, sent date, etc all are keep intact as original by the software after NSF to MBOX conversion. Apart from all this, the IBM Notes to MBOX Converter make sure it does not make any changes to the original formatting of the email along with the attachments.
Display Complete Conversion Details
When the NSF to MBOX Exporter begins the conversion process, it will generate a small summary of the conversion process. This summary contains details such as name of current folder, number of folders exported, count of email and the name of resultant file. This will help in estimating the total time required to complete the process.
Save File at Desired Location
While migration the Lotus Notes to MBOX converter provides users an option to save the migrated file at any desired location. In addition, if a user wants, then he can create a new folder also directly from the tool panel to save the MBOX file into it. Apart from this, a user can access this output file in any MBOX supported application without any hassle.
Supports All Version of Lotus Notes
A user can easily run this IBM Notes to MBOX Converter software with Lotus Notes version Lo 9.0, 8.5, 8.0, 7.0, 6.5 & 5.0. In addition, it is easy to access the converted MBOX files in application such as Mac Mail, Eudora, SeaMonkey, The Bat!, Mozilla Thunderbird, etc.
|Features||DEMO Version||FULL Version|
|Convert Single or Batch NSF Files|
|Two File Adding Mode (Add Files & Domino Server)|
|Preview NSF File Emails with All Items|
|Maintain Folder Hierarchy|
|Support Windows 10, 8, 7, etc.|
|Convert NSF to MBOX||25 Items/Folder||All Items|
4 easy Steps to export NSF files into MBOX:
No, the tool does not has file size limitation. It exports any size NSF file to MBOX format without any issue.
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