August 2nd, 2014
March 15, 2021
Sometimes you may require switching from one email client to another due to personal or official reason. There are numbers of email clients available in the market and the migration from one email client to another as well. Before I would tell you a way out to convert MBOX to NSF, let’s take an example that why there is a need for conversion.
You were using Apple Mail in your previous organization. But now you have moved to a new company where IBM Lotus Notes is used. As all of them uses Lotus Notes, you are also asked to use the same email client. You have very crucial emails and other mailbox data in the MBOX files which were used by your email clienti.e. Apple Mail. You want to access all your data which are saved in the MBOX files, in IBM Lotus Notes.
How will you do that?
You have to convert your MBOX files into NSF database format to make them accessible in IBM Lotus Notes.
As there is no effective manual solution available for such conversion, you need to consider a third-party converter tool. I can advise you to go for MBOX to NSF Converter tool by SysInfoTools to easily perform a safe conversion of MBOX files into NSF database format of IBM Lotus Notes.
SysInfoTools MBOX to NSF Converter is a lot better tool to help the user to perform MBOX to NSF conversion in a very safe mode. If the MBOX file is not valid this tool can scan the file within a few seconds and recovers maximum possible data from it. It allows users to preview the data before saving them. To preview the data, there is a preview pane in the software where users can check their data whether they are in fine condition or not.
The tool can convert the MBOX files created by any email client, such as Thunderbird, Entourage, Spicebird, Pocomail, AppleMail, IncrediMail, ClawsMail, OperaMail, MozillaMail, Evolution, Sylpheed, Eudora, Mulberry, SeaMonkey, etc. Before saving the data from MBOX file into NSF format, you can preview the emails as well.
While saving the data into NSF file, this tool asks you either you want to save the data into a new NSF file or into the existing NSF file. You need to select any of these options and a location where you want to save the NSF file. There is one optional feature in this tool which comes before the saving process gets started. If you want to save the item content of MBOX file, you have two options: either you can save them in text format or in HTML format. Some other useful features are also there in this tool, such as you can export the listed data of scanned MBOX file into an HTML file at your defined location. And a log file can be generated at the user-defined location into which all the information of MBOX to NSF conversion process will be stored.
SysInfoTools has designed this tool especially for non-technical or novice computer users who do not have much technical knowledge. As this tool contains an interactive and self-describing interface, it becomes very easy for both technical and non-technical users to use this tool. SysInfoTools also provides screenshots and online video of this tool by which users can perform the MBOX to NSF conversion without having any difficulty. For evaluation purpose, users can try its free demo version before buying its licensed version.
I have told you a lot of features of this software. Now I would like to share the method to convert MBOX to NSF using this software.
Once you have converted MBOX file to NSF, you should import it into your Lotus Notes profiles and view all the emails. Thus, this software will resolve the issue of viewing MBOX files into Lotus Notes. How to convert MBOX file to PST using manual methods
I suppose now you know how to convert MBOX to NSF of Lotus Notes and there is a manual method to execute this task. The only way out is to spend some bucks and try the professional software for MBOX to Lotus Notes migration. I hope this blog proved informative to you.