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Frequently Asked Question
Export Notes is compatible with all versions of IBM Notes including 9..0, 8.0, 8.5, 7, 6, 6.5 and all below versions.
No, the contacts will not get automatically migrate in a single Outlook PST. A single PST file will only be created if you select the names.nsf file and choose "Migrate Contacts into Single PST File" option.
No, you don't need to have an active Domino Server environment for NSF to PST migration. Instead you are required to disconnect Domino from Lotus notes before performing conversion. You only need to have both; Lotus Notes and MS Outlook installed and configured properly with a valid POP3 / dummy profile on your machine.
NSF to PST converter does not impose any kind of size limitation on NSF file being used. You can convert any size of Lotus Notes database file into Outlook PST file format.
The corporate license of Export Notes software can migrate 2 NSF files at a time, one the mail database NSF and another one the names.nsf to PST format, but Technician and Enterprise licenses allow migration of multiple NSF files to PST file at once.
Yes you can, but make sure that you are able to open those NSF files on the machine used for migration.
Yes, you can convert encrypted emails of Lotus Notes using SysTools Export Notes. The tool has an option to Remove Encryption; by checking it, software will let you convert NSF e-mails even if they are locally encrypted.
If the NSF file is protected with a password then use its user.id file and associated password to open it. Once you will be able to open it, use Export Notes to convert NSF database into Outlook PST format and the tool will prompt you for the password. Provide the same and continue with rest of the conversion normally.
How do I import Lotus Notes NSF File to Outlook ?
I am using Outlook 2010, I encountered an error message that "file not supported" when I tried to import NSF into MS Outlook. What could be the suitable method to access it in Outlook?
Well, yes NSF file is database file of Lotus Notes having different file architecture. If you need to access your NSF file into Outlook then first you need to convert NSF file to PST. The newly created PST file can be easily imported in MS Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 & 2003.