Softaken EML to NSF Converter

Softaken EML to NSF Converter 1.0

EML to Lotus Notes Converter to export EML files to IBM Lotus Notes NSF format
 
1.0 (See all)

Among several solutions to convert EML file to NSF, Softaken EML to NSF Converter is one of the reasonable and advanced applications that is totally safe from all viruses and bugs. Users can simply manage the application without having technical expertise. The application is considered to be safe and secure. Users voluntarily can pick EML files for conversion into NSF format. Any size EML file is exported in a safe manner by the program. Softaken EML to NSF Converter facilitates batch export of EML files. It means users can export multiple EML files of various sizes at a time without any trouble. Users can get a complete preview of selected EML files once EML files are loaded for conversion. The application completely scans EML files whether they are healthy or not. The tool considers only healthy EML files for conversion. The attachments associated with EML emails are converted to NSF format. EMLX files also converted to Lotus Notes NSF format. By the detailed instructions and graphical user interface, any kind of user can successfully learn how to convert EML to Lotus Notes. The software converts EML files to NSF with the maintenance of folders hierarchical structure. It means all EML messages are kept in their original format. The program also maintains email formatting and properties (to, cc, bcc, from, subject, etc.) during the conversion time. All Lotus Notes versions are supported by the application to convert EML data to NSF. It does not matter that the EML file is created in which platform. EML files of Windows Live Mail, Thunderbird, Outlook Express, eM client, etc. can be easily converted to NSF format. The program also allows to save the output NSF file at any destination location. Users can directly create a new folder with a desirable name to save the file. It is a complete Windows-based application that works with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, etc.

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