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How can I access my old notes email files (nsf) with Outlook. I have no longer access to the notes server, but need to read old mail from the back-up copies of the notes nsf files. Thanks in advance. Jan

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For an instant solution to convert Lotus Notes data to outlook, you should try to take a help of any professional NSF to PST conversion application. You can get some more information from here http://www.howconvertnsftopst.convertnsftopst.biz/

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  • Dtorizuka
    get a product like transend to export the NSF info into an Outlook pst file http://www.transend.com/
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  • IstDerGasman
    Another option to gain access to the messages is to download a trial version of the Notes client from IBM if you still have your Notes ID. You could copy/paste any text into new documents in Outlook. Granted, it doesn't allow you to access the NSF from Outlook, but is going to be cheaper than purchasing one of the commercial solutions available. Gasman
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  • Brijesh
    As said if you have file then can convert, there are many tools available in order to convert nsf to pst.
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  • Gabe9527
    If you have enforce consistent ACL on the NSF file then you will need to go with the Domino Server method as you can use the administrative privileges to over ride all ACL's on that server -

    If the NSF is encrypted you will need to gain access to an ID in the ACL.

    The easy method if available would be to OPEN the NSF in a Notes Client you have just installed and using any ID (or one you have created (with the same name and hierarchy) if required). Once you have the DB open using a Client newer than 8.0.2 (if think) you can dray the Emails, Calendar Entries out of the Notes client and into a folder. This will create .MSG file for each email. Once you have this then create a PST in Outlook and IMPORT the .MSG files into the PST. This giving you what you want.... please note if there is allot of data then it is time consuming. OR buy a conversion tool Transend, Binarytree, other to do the format change for you. 

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  • Harisheldon
    Currently, there are no free apps for what you want to do, so you are going to need to research the different brands of software that is out there for this conversion. Just go to Google and type in convert .nsf to .pst and see what products come up.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    If you are expensive and want to convert it in smooth way, better buy a good converter software. This is only as you asked for .nsf to .pst conversion.
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  • Gabe9527

    If you are able to open the NSF in a Lotus Notes client and the ACL is fine and not encrypted - if you use an 8.5.1 or above client you can drag and drop emails to a folder. This will export the email data to a .msg file. This can then be imported into Outlook.

    This is the long way around but free.

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  • geemamoore

    This query can be easily resolved just needed a little bit awareness. For Lotus Notes NSF to Outlook PST conversion you can use third party tool for this conversion. Remember it’s not compulsory to have registered in IBM Notes. If you don’t have the license of Lotus Notes and wants to move NSF emails to Outlook PST format then, you can firstly try demo version it’s freely available and do the conversion. Thank you

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