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Fluently Migrate NSF Contacts To CSV File For Gmail
Convert Names.nsf to Gmail
The software convert Lotus Notes contacts stored in names.nsf file to a CSV file format. The contact exported in the CSV format can later be imported and can be accessed in the desired Gmail account.
Save Converted Contacts In CSV File
In order to export Lotus Notes contacts to Gmail account, the tool convert and save the contacts in a CSV file. The contact names are stored in the columns and the details or fields get stored in their cells.
Scan Before Converting Contacts
Lotus Notes Contacts to Gmail software spontaneously scans the added names.nsf file & load all the found contacts once the scanning procedure finished.
Export Selective Contact Fields
The software offers the liberty to export required fields of Names.nsf. Just select the contact fields that are vital to migrate and Notes Contacts to Gmail software export them once.
Save CSV File At Desired Location
Once the software converts contacts of names.nsf file to CSV, the user can save the CSV file at the desired location. In order to access the contacts file, click the Open Converted Contacts File option from the panel of software.
Access Notes Contacts In Gmail
Lotus Notes contacts that are exported and saved in the CSV file can be imported in the desired Gmail account. The Import option in Gmail account will enable the transfer of all the contacts from CSV file to Gmail.
Lotus Notes is a legendary email client that has been used for emailing and application development purpose in large enterprises. The database of Lotus Notes is stored in a NSF file or Notes Storage Facility. The items like mails, calendars, journals, etc. get stored in username.nsf file whereas the contacts are stored in a separate file named as names.nsf file.
Gmail or Google Mail is a web based email client used at both organizational and personal emailing purpose. Talking of the storage database of Gmail, being a cloud service, the data is stored on the cloud. Also whenever a message is read or composed in Gmail, the data is cached to the hard drive by the operating system.
With the advancement in technology, the number of users of Lotus Notes has decreased eventually. This is due to the fact that the maintenance issues in Lotus Notes are hard to manage. Also for a naïve user requires a lot of time to get acquainted to the normal functioning of Lotus Notes. At times, you may experience a situation in which you need to share your business contacts stored in Lotus Notes address book with your colleague or boss. But this cannot be done unless and until your boss possesses Lotus Notes in his machine. Therefore, to work around such a situation, the best option is to transfer your contacts to Gmail account. Due to obvious reasons, every computer user possesses a Gmail account. Therefore the Notes contacts can be easily migrated to Gmail account of your boss and hence you can get your task done.
The best way to carry out the migration process is to deploy a third party application like Lotus Notes Contacts to Gmail. The software efficiently converts the Names.nsf file contacts and saves it in a CSV file. The contacts stored in the CSV file can easily be imported in the concerned Gmail account. It is the most efficient and flexible tool to perform the conversion.
"I did not have a good experience with third party tools as most of them were fake and inefficient. Due to this when my friend recommended me to use Lotus Notes Contacts to Gmail for exporting Notes contacts to Gmail. I was reluctant at first, but after I used the tool I realized it is the best tool that you can deploy for the conversion process."
— Matthew Rogers, Iceland
"I was asked to share all my business contacts that were stored in the names.nsf file with all my colleagues. Since we use Gmail in our office, I decide to share the contacts over Gmail. The Lotus Notes Contacts to Gmail tool made the conversion task very easy and all the contacts were easily accessed in Gmail."
— Marta Lane, London
"Since I had to export contacts with their email address and contact number fields only, the software enabled me to do my work in a matter of time. Lotus Notes Contacts to Gmail tool is definitely a worthy tool.""
— Levi Green, Australia
"Exporting the contacts once stored in a CSV file is quiet easy. The tool does not compromise with the data integrity while saving the contacts in CSV format. The tool deserves lots of appreciation"
— Bryan Gibbs, Peru