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A trust-worthy DBX to NSF converter tool for your Outlook Express to Notes migration needs.

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Salient Features

A brief introduction to the advanced features and facilities of the DBX to NSF Converter tool

Convert Every DBX Item to NSF

Convert Every DBX Item to NSF It converts every single item of DBX mailboxes to NSF without leaving anything behind. It converts emails, images, attachments, personal folders, task, etc. It is a complete DBX to NSF converter by all means.

Intelligent Preview Feature

Intelligent Preview Feature The Kernel for DBX to NSF Conversion tool offers a preview facility which allows viewing the entire DBX data before saving. You can view the item just by selecting it in the preview console.

Save in Single or Multiple NSF Files

Save in Single or Multiple NSF Files This tool provides you the option to save DBX file in single NSF file or multiple NSF files. In both the cases, you can select the saving location as per your need.

Saves in New or Existing NSF File

Saves in New or Existing NSF File While saving in a single file, this tool allows saving the DBX data in an existing NSF file or a new NSF file. Here, you can browse for the existing NSF file or provide a location to create the new NSF file.

Retain the Integrity of NSF Data

Retain the Integrity of NSF Data The tool ensures flawless data migration from Outlook Express to Lotus Notes without altering the structure, meta properties, & the formatting styles of original data. However, if you prefer a quicker saving, you can opt to save the item content in simple text format.

Supports all Outlook Express & Notes Versions

Supports all Outlook Express & Notes Versions This utility is fully compatible with all the versions of Outlook Express (6.0/5.5/5.0/4/0), Lotus Notes (IBM SmartCloud™ Notes®/IBM® Verse/10/9.0.1/9.0/8/7/6), and Windows (including the latest Windows 10). You can try the FREE version to save 10 DBX items/folder to NSF.

To convert a DBX file to NSF with Kernel you need to follow below-mentioned steps:
  • Run the application in your system. As soon as the tool starts, it will prompt you to select a DBX file. If not, click on Open and select a DBX file.
  • If you want to select the file by previewing it, select the desired files and click on Save.
  • After clicking on the save button, you need to select from the various saving options. Select the required ones and click on Ok.
  • Provide a destination and a name to the new NSF file and click on Ok.
  • Once the saving process is finished, click on OK.
The Save in single NSF file option converges any number of different sets of DBX files into the single NSF file after the conversion process. For better understanding, let's take an example. Suppose, you have four DBX files that need to be converted to NSF file. But, you want all the four files to be integrated within a single NSF file, which is primarily performed by the Save in single NSF file option.
By using the trial version, you can convert all files from the DBX format to the NSF format. But, in the end, you are not allowed to save more than 10 recovered files from each folder of DBX file. Hence, you need to purchase the full version to deal with the restricted part of the software embedded in trial version.
The software is so compact that it takes only 10 MB of hard disk space for the installation which is very negligible. However, you should have some additional storage space for carrying out the conversion and saving the NSF files.
The software has been continuously upgraded with latest patches and functionalities, which makes the inbuilt intelligent algorithms of the software extra smart and logical. As the functioning of these algorithms has been improved, the synchronization between the GUI and its features increments the overall performance of the software. You can also get the hands-on experience without purchasing the software by analyzing the free version. The Kernel software tops the list of the most suitable and genuine converter tool for Outlook Express to Lotus Notes.
Yes. The software offers you the Save in existing file option that enables you to save the NSF files in the existing one, which makes it easier to manage files. However, if you want to save recovered data files in a new NSF file, then it can also be performed by specifying the location and name of the file.
Apart from the minimum Software Specifications, your desktop should have an installed version of the Lotus Notes application, which is mandatory to perform smoother and hassle-free functioning of the software. If you don’t install the Lotus Notes application, then the kernel software pops up the message to suggest you to install Lotus Notes and restart the kernel software.

Supported Versions Outlook Express 6.0/5.5/5.0 and 4.0
Lotus Notes Version IBM SmartCloud™ Notes®/IBM® Verse/10/9.0.1/9.0/8/7/6

Operating SystemWindows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, NT, 95
Windows Server 2016, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2003 R2, 2003

ProcessorIntel® Pentium Processor compatible (x86, x64) or equivalent

Memory + Hard Disk 64 MB RAM (128 recommended)
Minimum 50 MB of disk space

Home License Permits home users to use the software on single system

Corporate LicenseFor multiple machines within one organization at single location

Technician License For service providers to use for multiple organizations

Electronic Yes

Version8.10.01

User Reviews

Kernel for DBX to NSF

(4.9 / 5) 530 Reviews
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If you want to convert a DBX file to NSF, then don’t look anywhere or for any other tool. This is the safest and the most preferred tool I would use in such times.

Jaxon
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I used the free version of the tool which they call the trial version. I am so happy with results and happier about that I didn’t spent a single penny for this, I am so grateful to them for such a tool.

Sabrina
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I had some large sized DBX file and was quite worried if I could convert them to NSF without risking its data. Thankfully, I had this tool by my side, results were awesome with it.

Alicia