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Manual Method to Convert NSF Files into PST Files
- Export NSF files from Lotus Notes to an intermediate CSV file - Import the intermediate CSV file into MS Outlook
Step I: Export NSF Files to CSV
-- Launch IBM Lotus Notes program. -- Click File > Open > Louts Notes Application. -- In the Open Application window, browse for the required NSF file and click Open. The selected NSF file gets opened. -- Now, on the File menu, click Export. -- On Export dialogue box, enter the file name, file location, and saving type. -- Select the Comma Separated Value format for the file. -- A dialogue box CSV Export gets open. Select the required options from How much to export, Export Character Set and Detail to Incorporate sections. Click OK. -- The exported data gets saved in CSV file gets saved in the defined location.
Step II: Import CSV File into Outlook
-- Launch MS Outlook program. -- On the File menu, click Open & Export, and then click Import/Export. -- An Import and Export Wizard dialogue box pops up. Select Import from another program or file from the options. Click Next. -- Select Comma Separated Values as file type and click Next -- Click Browse and select the path for CSV file created earlier using the Export command of Lotus Notes. You can select the options according to your need. -- Select the Outlook folder where you want to save your exported data and click Next. -- Select the given checkbox in the Import a file dialogue box and click Finish. You can also change your destination or map custom fields by clicking on the same name options. -- The data from the “CSV file” would be imported to “MS Outlook.”
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