Software FAQs

What is the difference between Full and Demo version of Lotus Notes to Outlook software?

Full version is capable of converting emails and other unlimited NSF files at once and then save every converted email and other objects to MS Outlook PST files and Exchange Server user profiles. Demo version can only convert emails and other objects of single NSF file but allow saving of only first 10 emails from each folder. Demo version does not allow saving of converted items in MS Exchange Server user profiles.

Will the software preserve quality of emails and other objects during migration?

Yes, Lotus Notes to Outlook keeps the quality of emails while migration. You only need to select an option "save emails in RTF format" to save the emails in best quality.

What are the system requirements of Lotus Notes to Outlook Conversion software?

Lotus Notes to Outlook is powerful and robust software competent of performing NSF file and Domino Server mailbox conversion into PST or Exchange Server. The system must contain following software in order to use Lotus Notes to Outlook Software:

  • Lotus Notes: 6.0, 6.5, 7.0, 8.0 and 8.5
  • MS Outlook: 97, 98, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013 (32bit/ 64bit ).
  • Lotus Notes Domino Server: 6.0, 6.5, 7.0, 8.0, 8.5
  • Microsoft Exchange Server: All versions
Sometimes, there are special characters in emails that are not incorporated by the ANSI character set. Will the software convert these special characters?

Yes, our software supports Unicode character conversion.

How many save options are there in the software?

Lotus Notes to Outlook provides four saving options: NSF to PST, NSF to Exchange Server, Domino Server Mailbox to PST or Exchange Server Mailbox.

How much time would it take to save the converted NSF file components to PST or MS Exchange Server user profiles?

It depends on the saving format you choose. If you want to save the emails in RTF format with best quality resolution, it might take few minutes otherwise if you choose Text or HTML format file is converted comparatively fast!