Max 350 to 450Gothenburg, Sweden, April 03, 2012 – Company announces the release of version 9.0 of Export Notes software for effective Mail Migration NSF to PST. (http://www.nsftopst.co.uk/nsf-to-pst-migration.html) The features added in the software are helpful for Lotus Notes users looking for migration of data from NSF files to PST.
The enhancements in features made software a complete facility that handily converts data from NSF to PST. Users can now convert NSF emails in HTML format into PST without causing data loss. Email mapping is another feature added according to which tool move NSF inbox to PST inbox, etc. These flexible features help Outlook users to gain Lotus Notes emails, which easily opened in website browser and can open in Website browser after converting into PST.
Evan Swans, head of product development spoke, “Mail Migration NSF to PST is never so interesting before than this time. Features added in the software made software flexible and comfortable to use. To minimize user efforts, avail high performance features available in high quality products like this one.”
“When destination is success results from the usage of our tools then it is important to go through concepts of the features in the software, such as our Export Notes software is highly capable in terms of efficiency we want it as an expert product that causes no confusions and cause no issues to organizations.” Susan Kaet, director of web team, spoke. It is seen that while converting email data from Lotus Notes to Outlook, users need to maintain HTML formatting while conversion. Company understands this and converts NSF database to PST file format.”
Additional benefits over the already existing ones are a benefit to users for performing mail Migration NSF to PST (http://www.nsftopst.us/) process. Sitting home users avail advantages about software because support team is responsible for providing free updates in the software. Users possess any licenses avail advantages from the software and can avail them according to their need. Words