Lotus Notes Calendar to Outlook 8.06.01

"Lotus Notes Calendar to Outlook" snapshot

Export Calendar items of Lotus Notes to MS Outlook and MS Excel

Software information
Windows 7/Vista/XP
Data Recovery
File size:
2.56 Mb
Date added:
December 26, 2008
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Description from the Publisher
Kernel for Notes Calendar to Outlook is a migration software which helps to export calendar items created in Lotus Notes to MS Outlook and MS Excel. Notes calendars are easily exported and viewed with outlook .pst files and .xls files. As many number of .nsf files can be listed and migrated for notes calendar entries. Migrate calendars from .NSF files or direct from Lotus Domino Server to PST and XLS files. Software displays preview of the converted calendar items before saving them in case of .NSF files from your drive. Free to evaluate version of the software is available free of cost to the users which can be analyzed and tested for conversion results and where you can save first 5 calendar entries to .PST or .XLS files. To save every calendar entry, user needs to purchase full version of the software. Software supports every version of Lotus Domino Server, Lotus Notes, MS Outlook and MS Excel for conversion and saving installed on Windows Vista, XP, 2003 and 2000.
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