Lotus Notes Batch Export Through NSF to PST Converter

Last updated on June 28th, 2021 at 11:42 am

Converting NSF files to PST files is always a challenge by using the manual method. Hence; eSoftTools have launched an innovative NSF to PST Converter software to help users convert the NSF files and view its internal items without Lotus Notes. The main feature is unlike, manual method; this software helps to convert multiple NSF files effortlessly with Batch conversion feature. But before that, let’s understand why the user needs to transfer their files.


Reasons to transfer data from Lotus Notes NSF file to PST Outlook

  • Lotus Notes is expensive as compared to Outlook. It has a high-maintenance structure.
  • Outlook can configure several accounts at a time.
  • The users can work on it in an offline mode.
  • Outlook has an intuitive and responsive user interface. It is suitable for technical and non- technical users.

Why manual method fails to convert NSF to PST?

  • The manual method is challenging for beginners. It takes a lot of time for conversion.
  • There are chances of error and data loss.
  • Batch conversion is not possible.
  • The user has to take a single file to convert it, this makes the process lengthy.

New Features of eSoftTools NSF to PST converter

  • Lotus Notes Batch Export:- There is a wide array of software in the market that can help you convert NSF files to PST files, but the specialty of this software Batch conversion of the files. The technician can Export a batch of files from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Outlook. This batch conversion saves a lot of time for the user and makes the task less tedious. Another benefit is, the user will doesn’t get any errors during the batch conversion. Whether the user converts a single file or 100 files, the conversion will be accurate and precise.
  • Effortless conversion:- The software will make one PST file to complete the conversion process. It will convert all the data from NSF files, without disturbing the field data.
  • No effect on the folder structure:- Another remarkable feature of this software is during conversion there will be no impact on the folder structure. It will convert the data without making a change in the folder, sub-folder or mapping. You can purview before the conversion.
  • Naming Convention:- If the user wants to filter the data, he can also use the option and there is a special feature of the naming convention that helps the user to name the file according to his convenience.

Apart from that, the users can create different filters for conversion like dates; there is no limit on the file size and software can easily find out duplicities easily.

How to Perform Lotus Notes Batch Export Process?

Now, we know the salient features of the software let’s understand, how this software works.

  • Install the software on the Computer and open it.
  • Click on “Select NSF“, and if you are unaware of its location, you can browse the files using the search tab.
  • Once you find the files, select single or multiple files as your wish.
  • And click on the start scanning button.
  • After that, it will show you a preview of inner elements of NSF files that you wish to transfer like mails, contacts, etc.
  • Now select required items and press the convert tab from the toolbar.
  • After that choose the file format from offers file types like- PST, MBOX, etc, in which you want to transfer NSF items.
  • Now simply select the destination location to save resulted file and click on convert to start the conversion.
  • Once the conversion is complete, a screenshot will be shown, conversion complete.

Note:- The user can do batch file conversion using multiple conversion options. Through this option, the user can convert multiple files effortlessly.


The software NSF to PST converter is the best way to transfer a single as well as many NSF file database to PST file at the same time. Its unique and remarkable feature of batch conversion makes it a step beyond standard software. You can download it now to understand the potential of the software.


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