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Lotus Notes to Office 365 Migration

The eSoftTools NSF to Office 365 migration offers you to migrate single or multiple NSF files to Office 365. When you will start using this application you will get the facility to migrate all mailbox items including emails, contacts and calendar to Office 365 account. This Software is very simple and easy to handle, technical or non-technical users can access this program. The data of Lotus Notes will not make any difference while performing the Migration of Lotus Notes to Office 365. There are options to choose a date filter, which can help you to convert definite emails.



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Exporting NSF File Data to CSV File

Follow the below-given instructions to export the Lotus Notes data to a CSV file.

 

Start your Lotus Notes application. Then navigate to File > Open > Lotus Notes Application.

A new window named Open Application will get open. Here, click Browse option to add your Lotus Notes NSF file and click Open to open that file.

Once the desired NSF file gets opened, go to File option and then click Export.

Now, in the Export window, add the destination path, file name, and file type (Comma Separated Value). After this, click Export.

In the next CSV Export window, choose the options from How Much to Export, Export Character Set and Detail to Incorporate. Click OK.

This will save the NSF file data to the CSV file at the specified location.

 

Importing CSV File to Outlook 2019/2016/2013

The next step is importing the CSV file created in the first step to your Outlook (2019, 2016 or 2013). Just follow the given instructions to perform this procedure.

Run your Microsoft Outlook application. Go to File > Open & Export > Import/Export.

After choosing Import from another program or file, click Next.

In the Import a File window, select Comma Separated Values option and click Next.

Click Browse to add the CSV file for import. Select options for duplicate items and click Next.

Select the destination folder to save the NSF data from the CSV file. Then click Next.

Click Finish to complete the import process.

 

Hope this helps.

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