Lotus Notes to Exchange 10.0
How to migrate IBM Lotus Notes to Exchange Server? Is this question also
bothering you, then don't worry and give a try to NSF to Exchange
Converter - one of the finest IBM Notes to Exchange migration solution that
supports to convert Lotus Notes to Exchange Server 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010,
2007 and 2003 editions. It's a complete Lotus Notes to Exchange Migration
utility that supports to migrate all emails, contacts, calendars, notes,
tasks, journals etc. from IBM Notes NSF file to MS Exchange Server.
Additionally, the software is very simple to use for both technical and
non-technical users who can easily migrate NSF to Exchange Server. It even
provides preview option to help users check the loaded NSF files before
starting the Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange migration process. Lotus
Notes to Exchange Migration Tool is developed for users' support and for
that it supports batch migration option that allows users to migrate their
unlimited Lotus Notes NSF files to Exchange Server, in single processing.
The software is designed in such a way that it converts NSF files of Lotus
Notes Domino Server to Exchange Server, along with maintaining the CN
values, HTML formatting, Internet Email headers and even folder hierarchy
for the loaded NSF files. Its advance mail and date filters provide support
for migrating only selected data items from NSF files to Exchange Server.
The software is Windows based and is suitable for all its (32bit and 64bit)
editions - 10, 8.1, 8, 7 etc. Free demo edition of Lotus Notes to Exchange
Server is provided for users' support to understand complete process for
Lotus Notes connect to Exchange Server. Free demo of the software will allow
to convert first 20 items from selected IBM Notes NSF file to Exchange
Server, as free trial. For unlimited Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange
migration, licensed edition of the software is required.
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