Kernel for Lotus Notes to GroupWise is an email conversion tool launched by Lepide Software Pvt. Ltd. Lotus Notes to GroupWise facilitates converting multiple NSF files to GroupWise mailboxes in one conversion cycle. The tool converts NSF files into GroupWise mailboxes in short span of time; therefore, it is the best tool when it comes to save time while converting NSF to GroupWise without making any compromise with quality.
Kernel for Lotus Notes to Novell GroupWise is an advanced tool for the migration of Lotus Notes Files and Domino Server Mailboxes to Novell GroupWise. It helps you move NSF file items like emails, address books, calendars, appointments, tasks, journals etc. to Novell GroupWise with accuracy.Also, this tool provides facilities for selective migration of mailbox items and for simultaneous migration of multiple NSF files. The prominent features of this tool are:
Kernel for Lotus Notes to Novell GroupWise moves single or multiple NSF files that are stored locally on computer hard disk to Novell GroupWise. It moves all NSF items like emails, address books, calendars, tasks, appointments, journals etc. accurately.Users can choose to move all the items or only the required items.
If there are multiple NSF files, they can be migrated in a single attempt to save the effort and time. Users are allowed to fetch multiple NSF files from the Domino Server for moving them to GroupWise. Also, multiple NSF files can be merged to a single GroupWise mailbox.
With the advanced LivePreview technology of Kernel software, one can view the entire content of a selected NSF file and its emails. Users can preview email content, attachments, and information like from, subject, date, size, etc. to check the accuracy of migration.
After migration, you can save email items in three different formats -text, rtf (low quality), and rtf (best quality). Saving in text format is very quick. Saving in rtf (low quality) happens in moderate speeds. But saving in rtf (best quality) takes more time. Saving can be done in the user-chosen location.
The software supports almost all version of Domino Server (6.0/6.5/7.0/8.0 versions), Lotus Notes (9.0.1/9.0/8/7/6 versions), and GroupWise (2014/2012/8.0/7.0/6.5/6.0 and 5.5 versions). Also it can be installed on systems with Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP/2000/98/NT and 95 operating systems.
The tool offers the option to export particular items like mails, appointments, tasks, contacts, journals etc. from source to target locations. The items can also be refined by defining the date range either predefined or user-defined.
Kernel for Lotus Notes to Novell GroupWise is available as free version. Its trial version can be used before purchasing the full version of the software. Though it has the same recovery and preview features as the full version, its saving feature has some restrictions. It can save only 10 emails from each folder of the NSF files. So users are supposed to purchase the complete version to overcome this limitation.
|Software Features||Trial Version||Full Version|
|NSF File Migration|
|Domino Mailbox Migration|
|Saves 10 Items per Folder|
|File Saving Capabilities||Saves only 10 items from each folder||Saves all Items|
Migration of NSF files or Domino mailboxes to GroupWise is a very simple because of Kernel for Lotus Notes to Novell GroupWise. Here are the steps for the migration of NSF files:
Add an NSF files on the local computer using the Add File(s) button. The added files will get listed for migration.
Select the required NSF file and click the Preview button to preview the contents of the added NSF file.
After previewing a folder, save its items at the desired location by clicking the Export button. Users will be prompted to choose appropriate saving options.
Notes to GroupWise migration was easier than I ever imagined. What made the difference was Kernel for Lotus Notes to Novell GroupWise. The migration was quite quick and precise. No worries at all after the migration.
It was really difficult to find a tool for Notes to GroupWise migration. But a trial using Kernel for Lotus Notes to Novell GroupWise free version convinced me that that migration was quite easy. So I purchased it after the trial.