Outlook to NSF Calendar 6.0

Outlook to NSF Calendar 6.0
Publisher: Outlook to NSF Calendar Date added: 23 January, 2011
License: Shareware Size: 2.9 MB
Price: $129.00
Editor rating: 5 Stars

Convert the data of Outlook to NSF Calendar with SysTools Outlook to Notes software, the software also converts the data of drafts, tasks, journals, email item (to, cc, bcc, etc), etc. Get Outlook Converted to Notes with configured and orphan data.

Description:

Import Outlook Calendar to Lotus Notes with SysTools Outlook to Notes software so as not to miss out on the safety of single data (inbox, drafts, journals, tasks, etc) or meta-data (to, cc, attachments, sent/received date, etc). The Outlook to Notes software employs hi-tech features of the cutting edge technology to ensure safety and efficiency in the conversion of the data of Outlook to NSF Calendar, the same applies to the data of contacts, journals, tasks, trash, etc. Whenever there was a need to Migrate .PST Files to Lotus Notes, the status of the data (whether configured or not) was never an issue, but the latest version 6.0 of the Outlook to Notes software (with some additional features) facilitates to retain the sender name and the original format of the email, as well. Apart from its hi-tech features, it is its easy-to-use interface that provides for an unavoidable excuse to a non-technical user to grab the software in the next possible moment. Three steps are needed to be taken to start the conversion process. First download and run the demo or full-licensed version of the Outlook to Notes software. Then “Browse” for the files to be converted. Then click on the “ok” and then “Export” button to start the conversion process. With merely three steps involved, the Outlook to Notes software eases the conversion process enough, even for a non-technical user to contemplate with in the absence of expert supervision. The Migrate .PST Files to Lotus Notes tool works on windows 98, ME, 2000, 2002, XP, Vista, 2003 & 2007. The trial version of the Outlook to Notes software is provided for immediate download on our website, for free of cost. The Free Convert PST to NSF provided by the trial version facilitates to convert 15 items from each mail folder. If satisfied with the performance of the trial version, proceed to employ the very software of SysTools Outlook to Notes with the investment of $129 on the Personal License and $229 on the Business License.

Tags: Outlook To Nsf Calendar, Import Outlook Calendar To Lotus Notes, Free Convert Pst To Nsf, Migrate Pst Files To Lotus Notes, Outlook Converted To Notes
Platforms: Windows , Win98 , XP , Win7 x32 , Win7 , WinXP
Requirements: Pentium II 400 MHz, 64 MB RAM, Minimum 10 MB Space
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