Released New Update in MailsDaddy NSF to PST Converter 9.5

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The new version has been recently released by MailsDaddy, which has been made more secure, reliable, and some new advance features. It exports NSF data in Outlook PST with the same folder entities and enough capable for maintaining its data integrity with 100 percent accuracy.

MailsDaddy Software Private Limited released the new version of MailsDaddy NSF to PST Converter Tool 9.5. It is faster and powerful than the previous version. It has come with many new advanced features that help any novice user to operate the software without any advanced technical knowledge.

New Features of Lotus Notes to Outlook converter-

Easily converts multiple Notes NSF files at the same time.

Export NSF data in PST, EML, EMLx, MSG, HTML, MHTML, MBOX formats.

Move complete or selective NSF data in Outlook PST.

Import IBM Notes NSF contacts in .vcf format.

Migrate Lotus Notes calendars data in universal .ics file format.

Advanced Search mail option to fetch the required emails from multiple files.

Generates a preview of the selected NSF mailbox data item.

Simple and user-friendly GUI interface.

Compatible with all versions of Lotus Notes and MS Outlook.

The new version of the MailsDaddy NSF to PST Converter also provides an option to convert Lotus Notes NSF mailbox data into Office 365 and Live Exchange Server accounts. Anyone can try the demo version of the software with a limit of 25 emails from each folder.

How to upgrade the previous version to the latest version-

MailsDaddy NSF to PST Converter Tool offers to upgrade the tool free of cost for the current users. While new users can buy it from the official website of MailsDaddy or you can use the trial version before buying.

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