Survey Reported Lotus Notes To MS Outlook Client Important For Migration

23-May-2012 | News-Press Release

Gothenburg, Sweden, May 21, 2012-This important release shows that external software tool is best for Lotus Notes to MS Outlook client migration process. Yesterday company held an in house meeting where it was discussed that why users trust on external software solutions when other facilities such as manual method available for Lotus Notes to MS Outlook client conversion. Company has Export Notes software which supports converting unlimited NSF files into PST file.

Evan Swans, head of product development team, said, “In in house event many queries were discussed and it was also wondered that in spite of the availability of other utilities, why users prefer only external software. It is noticed that users have become smart and have become calculative. They now understand what is better for them and what is not. Using manual method Lotus Notes migratory required quick solutions instead of slow method like manual solution that converts single file at a time to Outlook.”

Susan Kaet, Director of Web Team said, “With our Export Notes software Lotus Notes users perform data migration process from NSF to PST in a very small amount of time. If user tries to use manual drag and drop method which supports converting data but it takes long time. In comparison to such time-consuming methods, if external software tools are used users would be able to save their high amount of time. This would be effortless conversion.”

Export Notes software is most sought for external application supportive of most Outlook, Lotus Notes, and Windows editions. Tool converts data entire data quickly and over that it supports batch conversion. This software is not only useful but efficient enough to access Lotus Notes database into Outlook. Via this utility, it is possible to save data at the desired location without affecting integrity of data.

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