“Developing migration tools requires certain expertise, and our developers are quite brilliant in that field. Try this one.”Managing Director KernelApps
Impressed by the outstanding Preview feature in the tool. I could read before migrating. It helped me a lot, and it is very easy to use even for normal NSF users who doesn’t have much technical knowledge. Useful for all Notes users as it supports all versions without any restrictions.”Balli R.USA
I didn’t need an expensive tool for a full migration. I had to move only the calendar items from Notes to Outlook. I got successful in the very first attempt in moving NSF Calendars to the PST file with this tool. Its advanced features helped me perform this, meeting all my requirements."Chancy MargretSlovakia
I recently moved to Outlook from Lotus Notes but wasn’t able to access the Lotus Notes Calendars in Outlook. I tried the tool and I’m really glad to say that the software made Notes Calendars conversion very easy and converted each & every detail of calendar items to Outlook.”Pomila Sanders, USA
I was in a dilemma to choose professional software to convert Lotus Notes data to MS outlook as I don’t have a technical background. I’m not even familiar with the functionalities of software. But let me tell you that using Kernel for Notes Calendar to Outlook was a piece of cake.”Jenifer Reed, Denmark
All the features and functions of the Notes Calendar to Outlook tool are described here.
Easy Notes Calendar to Outlook/Excel Conversion The Notes Calendar to Outlook Converter has a very intuitive interface which makes using it easy. The user can convert the entire calendar entries in just a few minutes. And using this tool does not require having any technical expertise.
Many Options for Saving NSF Calendar This tool offers two files saving options - Outlook PST files & MS Excel files. While saving in PST, you can save your NSF calendar entries into an existing PST file or create a new PST file.
Export Single/Multiple NSF Files in One go The Kernel tool can export single and multiple Notes/Domino Server files in a single attempt. The tool also allows the user to save calendar entries from multiple NSF files in a single PST/Excel file.
Search for Domino Servers in the Network If you know the IP address, you can add the Domino Server directly to view its NSF files. Otherwise, you can search the network to find all its Domino Servers. After you provide the Domino credentials, all the NSF files will be displayed.
Preview to Check NSF Data Integrity This Notes calendar to Outlook tool provides a quick preview of the calendar entries. And it ensures NSF data integrity while exporting to Outlook. Users can verify the integrity of the data while viewing it.
Compatibility with All Versions It supports NSF files from every Notes/Domino version 10/9.0.1/9.0/8.5/8.0/7.0/6.5/6.0. Also, it supports Outlook versions: Office 365/2019/2016/2013/ 2010/ 2007/ 2003/ 2002/ 2000/ 98/ 97 versions. It supports Excel 2019/ 2016/ 2013/ 2010/ 2007/ 2003/ XP/ 2000/ 97/ 95 versions too.
Note: In the home screen you will see that other file options are also there like Add Domino File(s), Add File(s), Remove File, and Remove All Files. Use these features as per your requirement.
Corporate & Technician
IBM SmartCloud™ Notes®/ IBM® Verse/ 12.0/ 11.0/ 10/ 9.0.1/ 10/ 9.0/ 8/ 7/ 6, Domino Server 12.0/ 11.0/ 10/ 9.0.1/ 9.0/ 8.5/ 8.0/ 7.0/ 6.5/ 6.0 MS Outlook: Office 365/ 2019/ 2016/ 2013 (both 32 bit and 64 bit)/ 2010/ 2007/ 2003/ 2002/ 2000/ 98/ 97
50 MB of disk space
64 MB Minimum(128 recommended)
Intel® Pentium Processor compatible (x86, x64) or equivalent
Windows 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, NT, 95, Windows Server 2016, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2003 R2, 2003
Get all the entries easily from the old NSF file to my new MS Outlook profile. The software is far better than I expected.Jamarion
All the calendar entities are easily transferred in one single click. A feature-rich tool. Love to recommend this to others.Oshea
Fully satisfied with the performance of the software. A very useful tool for anyone who is switching from HCL Notes to MS Outlook.Noah