Jagware MBOX to NSF Wizard

Jagware MBOX to NSF Wizard crack/keygen

Version 3.0
Updated Apr 27th 2017
Rating 3.1
250 3.1
Crack Size 3.6 MB
Downloads 2821
Systems Windows All
Category internet

Download Jagware MBOX to NSF Wizard Crack+Keygen

Jagware MBOX to NSF Wizard

Popular and online services usually keep records of activities and files. Even email messages are saved, with some desktop clients also capable of exporting them. Chances are you need to open up several messages in IBM Notes, but the format you have is not compatible. In case it’s under the MBOX/MBX extension, then Jagware MBOX to NSF Wizard can help you out.

The application is good to go after the short setup process. Note, however, that IBM Notes needs to be installed and properly configured on your computer for the conversion process to be possible, but chances are it’s already there since you’re interested to obtain NSF files.

In terms of visual design, the application wraps all its features in a pretty cool, intuitive interface. There’s a single window which holds all functions in an organized manner. Effort on your behalf is minimum, since you mostly need to provide the source file for conversion, as well as a destination to deliver them.

As the name clearly points out, the target file format here is MBOX/MBX, which is merely a general file supported by different clients and used to store emails. As for the delivery of the new files, these are saved in a location of choice under the NSF format. If IBM Notes is associated with the respective format you can open it with a double-click operation.

You have the possibility of processing multiple files at a time, with neat folder structures automatically created by the application. However, there’s no possibility to preview or explore content of the original file before conversion, or options to select only particular items or messages to be converted.

Taking everything into consideration, we can state that Jagware MBOX to NSF Wizard Crack is sure to deliver the necessary messages compatible with IBM Notes. Conversion is pretty straightforward, with NSF files saved to a location of choice. There aren’t any distracting or confusing options, but you do need to have IBM Notes installed.

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