Gothenburg, Sweden, July 19, 2012- Due to increase in number of users, who want to perform Lotus Notes database migration, the (http://www.freelotusnotesreader.n.nu/) Free Lotus Notes Reader also gets many clicks on downloads. People, who want to migrate from Lotus Notes email client use this free demo version to check whether the tool, which they are going to purchase for database migration, has the ability to read or convert their Lotus Notes NSF file or not. In free demo version of Export Notes software, the users get the facility to migrate 15 items per folder from Lotus Notes to MS Outlook PST file format. This limited conversion facility of free Lotus Notes Reader demo version is sufficient for the users, who want to check whether the software has the ability to read and convert their Lotus Notes NSF file or not. For converting all items of all folders of Lotus Notes NSF file to Outlook PST file format, the users need to buy the full version of NSF to PST converter software. The full version of this NSF PST conversion tool is totally a restriction free version, users can read and convert unlimited database of Lotus Notes NSF file into Outlook PST file format by using it.

Words by Evan Swans, Director Product Development, “We feel really great when the clicks, which we get for downloading of (http://www.lotusnotesnsffileconverter.n.nu/reader-for-lotus-notes) Reader for Lotus Notes demo version of our Export Notes software, get converted into purchase. Maximum users, who try the demo version of our NSF to PST conversion software, also purchase its full version to get unrestricted experience of NSF to PST conversion. We have offered many powerful functions in our tool to make it superior from other tools. It can easily read and convert unlimited database of Lotus Notes NSF file into Outlook PST file format. Users can choose it to read NSF file of all Lotus Notes editions. The PST file, which it generates after NSF to PST conversion, also gets accessed in all MS Outlook editions earlier as well as recent.

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