Top use cases for Kernel for Lotus Notes to Outlook

Convert NSF files from Lotus Notes and Domino Server to PST format

Convert NSF files from Lotus Notes and Domino Server to PST format Easily migrate your Lotus Notes/Domino Server data to Outlook for improved collaboration and communication, using advanced Kernel for Lotus Notes to Outlook software. It converts single or multiple NSF files from IBM Lotus Notes and Domino Server to PST format effortlessly with complete integrity and original mailbox hierarchy. The software supports both manual and automated migration through a CSV file, reducing the complexity and time required for the migration process.

Rapid and secure HCL Notes and Domino Server data backup to PST

Rapid and secure HCL Notes and Domino Server data backup to PST Organization migrating from HCL Notes (formerly IBM Lotus Notes) to Outlook, maintaining data integrity and security is paramount. Our advanced Kernel for Lotus Notes to Outlook tool offers a reliable backup solution, facilitating the secure and swift backup of HCL Notes or Domino data providing multiple destination options such as PST. The tool is loaded customized connection process tailored for HCL Notes, the software guarantees a seamless and efficient backup process to safeguard your critical data.

Maintain legacy text formatting during the NSF file conversion process

Maintain legacy text formatting during the NSF file conversion process Preserving the original formatting of text and structure of your documents during the conversion of NSF files is crucial for maintaining data integrity and visual consistency. With Kernel for Lotus Notes to Outlook, you can retain the legacy text formatting of your NSF files throughout the conversion process seamlessly. This feature ensures that the structure, style, and layout of your content remain unchanged, guaranteeing a smooth transition and a consistent user experience.

HOW TOConvert Lotus Notes to Outlook

Integration of Kernel for Lotus Notes to Outlook migration allows a simple transition as it has a user-friendly interface which is appropriate for all kind of users. In addition, it allows NSF to PST conversion in just 3 simple steps.

Select single or multiple NSF files from any Notes for quick Outlook migration.
Click on any required NSF folder to get a detailed preview of the emails content present in it.
Save the converted PST file into any preferred destination in the system.

Explore the software's key capabilities

Migrating the entire Lotus Notes & Domino server data is a crucial task that requires skillful modules to operate. Turn a complex backup & migration into a smooth process by using these useful features integrated within our tool:

Exports Notes & Domino Server files

Exports Notes & Domino Server files Successively migrates NSF files from both IBM Lotus Notes and Domino Server. In the case of Domino Server, users have the option to search for the Domino Server. Also, it enables to add one or more NSF files for migration.

Performs manual or automated migration

Performs manual or automated migration Initialize methods of migration of your preference either manual migration or automated migration (using a CSV file) to export multiple NSF mailboxes at a time. The feature of bulk migration of Notes and Domino Server NSF files helps to save time and effort.

Saves in Outlook PST or Exchange Server

Save migrated file into Outlook PST or Exchange Server The tool allows option to securely It saves NSF files (Notes/Domino Server) in Outlook PST or Exchange Server. Users can also save the data in Text/HTML format or RTF format (Low Quality/Best Quality) with varying migration speeds.

Backup IBM SmartCloud Notes mailboxes

Backup HCL/IBM SmartCloud Notes mailboxes Assured data security as the tool facilitates secure and quick backup of IBM SmartCloud Notes NSF files. It can backup the mailboxes to PST or to other destinations also includes a feature of providing separate process to connect with SmartCloud Notes.

Saves NSF data in multiple PST files

Saves NSF data in multiple PST files Lotus Notes to Outlook tool to save the NSF data in multiple PST files (of any size). The filtration of large PST files makes it easy to manage and less vulnerable to corruption. It allows users to save, or import the file in any version of Outlook or Exchange Server.

Migrates NSF mailbox data selectively

Migrates NSF mailbox data selectively Robust filters integrated within this tool users to filter mailbox data by a date range. It allows user to skip folder name 'All', skip hidden views and folders, include/exclude folders & select/unselect item types and mark all messages as read/unread before migration.

Migrates SmartCloud Notes to PST/Exchange Server

SmartCloud Notes to PST/Exchange Server Migration Utilizing reliable feature of Lotus Notes to Outlook migration tool allows smooth migration of HCL SmartCloud Notes Server to two destinations namely Outlook PST file and Microsoft Exchange Server. There are separate processes to move NSF files into Exchange and Outlook & it requires minimum credentials to connect with Exchange.

Displays Live migration logs

View Live migration on displayed logs View all the file items selected getting migrated one by one with detailed information in the tool after the migration process has started. The migration status of each NSF file can be viewed within the View Migration Logs option available in the tool.

Searches for Domino Servers

Search & connect with Domino Servers Connection with Domino Servers can be easily processed using Lotus Notes to Outlook tool using two ways to connect with the Domino Server through Domino Server IP or name. The other is using Search Domino Server option which searches for the available Domino Servers in the network. So, it is easy to add Domino Servers.

Generates preview for NSF file items

Preview for NSF file items Preview of mailbox items in the software when offline NSF files are added for conversion. The preview shows the exact item content along with its metadata like From, To, Cc, Bcc, Subject, etc. (It is to be noted that software has no preview facility for Domino Server NSF files.)

Moves every NSF file item

Migrate every mailbox NSF data file item Each & every data item of NSF file mailbox of Lotus Notes to Outlook like emails, contacts, tasks, calendar, etc., in its original format without any modification using our tool. Along with emails, it migrates email fields (From, To, Cc, Bcc, etc.). The tool also allows users to assign a domain name to email fields when only the display name is visible.

Saves with original hierarchy

Saves mailbox folder original hierarchy Untouched folders hierarchy after performing the migration the NSF file data to the Outlook PST format. Post migration in our tool each folder and sub-folder are maintained at its original place in the hierarchy which you can access the data after conversion instantly in Outlook or Exchange.

Frequently asked questions
Follow the below mentioned simple steps to convert Lotus Notes to Outlook:
  1. Launch the tool
  2. Select Add local NSF file(s) to add Notes NSF files
  3. Click on Preview to watch items of selected NSF file
  4. Click on Migrate and choose Outlook PST
  5. Give the destination path and apply data filters to save selectively
  6. Initiate the migration process
The only thing required is a Notes client configured with IBM SmartCloud Notes. The software would automatically search for the SmartCloud Notes data with the Search option to add it. Select and add the server and fetch the files from it for the backup.
Yes, you will need to install of Lotus Notes application before converting NSF files to PST file using the Kernel for Lotus Notes to Outlook tool.
The tool supports all versions of Lotus Notes including Lotus Notes (IBM SmartCloud™ Notes®, IBM® Verse,12.0, 11.0 10, 9.0.1, 9.0, 8, 7, 6) and Lotus Notes Domino Server (12.0, 11.0, 10, 9.0.1, 9.0, 8.5, 8.0, 7.0, 6.5, 6.0). It also supports all versions of MS Outlook (including 2019 and 2021) and Windows OS (Windows 10).
Yes, you can. The tool supports both Lotus Notes as well as Domino Server files (NSF) and allows you to conveniently convert them to PST files.
Yes, you can. The software is an advanced migration tool that allows smooth migration of Lotus Notes NSF file to Exchange Server as well as PST file.
Yes, it does. The tool facilitates the option to add unlimited number of NSF files at once to migrate to the desired destination. Also, you can add multiple NSF files using CSV file (excel sheet) for an effortless migration.
Yes, you can preview NSF mailbox items before its migration in both trial and full version.
You can convert NSF files to PST, TXT, RTF file formats. Also, it allows to export NSF files from Domino Server or Lotus Notes to Exchange Server.
Yes, but only limited items. The demo version is designed for evaluating the software before making the purchase. It allows full preview of NSF data including emails, calendar items etc., but allows to save only 10 items from each folder of Notes/Domino NSF file to PST file. To unlock the saving restriction, you've to upgrade to license version.

Software Prerequisites & recommendations

About SoftwareAbout Software

Version: 22.4

Release Date: July 2022

License Type: No. of NSF files

System RequirementsVersion Support

HCL Domino and HCL Notes: 12.0.2, 12.0.1 and 11.0

IBM Domino and IBM Notes: 10, 9, 8.5.3 and later

Lotus Notes/Domino: 8.5.3 and all previous versions

HCL Domino and HCL Notes: 12.0.2, 12.0.1 and 11.0

HCL SmartCloud NotesTM, HCL Verse®

MS Outlook: Office 365, 2021, 2019, 2016, 2013 (both 32 bit and 64 bit), 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, 98 and 97

Microsoft Exchange Server: 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2000, 5.5 and 5.0

System RequirementsSystem Requirements

Hard Disk: 500 MB of disk space

Memory: 64 MB RAM (128 MB Recommended)

Processor: Intel® Pentium Processor compatible (x86, x64) or equivalent

Operating System: Windows 365, 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and later, and Windows Server 2022, 2019, 2016, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2003 R2, 2003

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