Kernel for Notes Contacts to Outlook

Kernel for Notes Contacts to Outlook 8.12.01 (Crack + Keygen)

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Kernel for Notes Contacts to Outlook

Lotus Notes is a comprehensive application that can be used not only as a calendar or email client, but also as an exhaustive solution for all office-related tasks.

Since it can store a wide range of information, extracting only part of it, such as contact data, can prove to be a troublesome job and this is where Kernel for Notes Contacts to Outlook can come in handy.

The graphic interface of this application enables users to easily browse to the location of the NSF file they want to process. It needs to be mentioned that you cannot choose any NSF you want, as it needs to be the one called names.nsf, otherwise the loaded file will not be recognized.

Alternatively, you can look for a certain Domino Server after specifying its name and selecting the NSF file associated to it - once you located it, you only need to add it to the main window of the utility.

Next, Kernel for Notes Contacts to Outlook Crack allows you to explore the contents of your loaded NSF file so as to make sure it features the contacts you were interested in.

All the contacts are sorted alphabetically, so you can easily examine each entry and review information like job title, full name, email address or phone number.

The final step within Kernel for Notes Contacts to Outlook is to choose the destination folder and select the output format you prefer, be it PST or XLS.

All in all, the application is a nifty solution for all those who want to use their Lotus Notes contacts within Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Excel, depending on their necessities.

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