Kernel for Notes Calendar to Outlook is a highly efficient and result oriented software that makes Lotus Notes Calendar to Outlook conversion an easy task. The software has been programmed in such a manner that it takes just a few clicks to convert multiple Lotus Notes Calendars to Outlook. Besides possessing an excellent ability to convert multiple Lotus Notes calendars to PST files, the tool has got many exciting features like:
Kernel for Notes Calendar to Outlook is devised in such a manner that it can easily convert multiple Lotus Notes Calendar items to Outlook PST file in single attempt. You just got to check, “Export calendar to single file” checkbox, and it will allow you to save calendar items of multiple nsf files in single PST or XLS file.
The utility facilitates easy conversion of all its appointments, events and reminders of Lotus Notes Calendar to MS Outlook. In just few minutes, the tool automatically imports all calendar entries into MS Outlook.
Kernel for Notes Calendar to Outlook allows users to check the preview of converted Lotus Notes Calendar items so that they can check the data accuracy before saving it. You can easily identify your calendar entries and corresponding task and ensure their integrity, consistency and identity remains intact.
Outlook doesn’t support the NSF file format used by Lotus Notes. In order to open the Lotus Notes Calendar items in Outlook, the software provides multiple saving options to save the converted NSF files in PST and Excel format supported by Outlook. It also allows you to save multiple NSF files converted into single PST file. You can even rename the converted files before saving them at a defined location.
The software is compatible with all versions of Lotus Notes, Lotus Domino Server, Microsoft Outlook and MS Excel. Versions supported are:
Trial version of the software is available for free. You can easily download it to check its features and functionalities. It will allow you to evaluate its performance. And if the software fits your requirements, you can buy its complete version by placing the order effectively.
|Software Features||Trial Version||Full Version|
|Converts Single/multiple Lotus Notes Calendars|
|Provides multiple saving options for converted items|
|Converts unlimited Notes Calendars in single attempt|
|Saves all the converted Notes Calendars to Outlook|
Kernel for Notes Calendar to Outlook converts unlimited Lotus Notes Calendars to Outlook in just a few clicks and takes very less time to the complete the conversion process. Its advanced features swiftly convert each & every detail of Notes Calendars. Its user friendly interface makes it handy for non-technical users. The software performs the conversion process by following the steps given below:
Launch Kernel for Notes Calendar to Outlook on your system and select the NSF files you want to convert.
After making the file selection, click on preview. The software will convert the selected NSF files and will generate their preview.
In the final step, after checking preview, save the file in PST or Excel format.
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