Convert NSF to PST by Easily Exporting Files from Lotus Notes

June 16, 2017 | Views: 4064

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Lotus Notes is an email communication used by IBM, while Outlook is from Microsoft. Both email Clients save data in NSF and PST format respectively. To convert NSF to PST follow the below steps:

Export NSF database

  1. First, launch IBM Lotus Notes and Open NSF Database to export data
  2. From File Menu click on Export Button and choose the location to save it
  3. You can save the file type as CSV or Structured Text format

Import File to MS Outlook

  1. We have to Import the data to MS Outlook, Open MS Outlook
  2. Go to File Menu and click on Import button
  3. Select Import from Programs and file and choose import CSV.
  4. Click Finish, the files will be imported to Outlook

By this method, we can convert Lotus Notes NSF files to Outlook PST file. All our emails, contacts, messages will be exported to MS Outlook PST file.


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  1. If a user wants to convert NSF to PST in an efficient way then they can opt for a third party application. Using an automated solution makes the conversion process easy and secure. There is one solution i.e. SysTools Mail Migration Wizard which provides option to migrate Lotus Notes to Outlook, Exchange and Office 365.
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  3. OST Recovery is a superb email conversion tool can be professionally used when users have need to open OST file into PST or another different format like EML, TXT, RTF, DBX, MBOX, MSG and PDF file. It performs OST to PST conversion carrying with complete mailbox folders such as inbox, outbox, sent/receive, drafts and more –

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