NSF Migrator

Lotus Notes to Zimbra Migration #1 Software to Convert IBM Notes NSF to TGZ File of Zimbra

4.6 (17 Reviews) [ Rate It... ]

  • Creates separate TGZ file for each NSF folders including all the emails in it
  • Save resultant Zimbra supported TGZ files at the user required storage path
  • Create Unicode TGZ archive to be supported upon all Zimbra Desktop, Webmail
  • Exports all Lotus Notes emails, contacts, calendars into Zimbra Mail Client
  • Do Lotus Notes to Zimbra Migration in Batch for multiple NSF files
  • Simple procedure for Lotus Domino to Zimbra Migration with user understandable GUI
  • The Lotus Notes NSF to Zimbra Conversion software is supported upon all latest versions of Microsoft Windows i.e. Win 10, 8.1, 8, 7, XP, Vista etc.

Download Now Purchase Now

Features & Benefits


Export NSF to TGZ Files With Attachments

Application simplifies transferring of mailboxes from Lotus Notes to the Zimbra Collaboration server with complete email items i.e., attachments, address book, journals, etc. With flexible importing options, the tool significantly minimizes efforts needed for performing the migration from one email client to another.


Easy-to-use IBM Domino to Zimbra Software

The Lotus Notes to TGZ file migrator offers an advance wizard, which enables users to learn simple instructions of exporting email files to Zimbra mailboxes. The fast and efficient tool possesses interface in such a way that it makes tool a promising one for importing Lotus Notes mails in Zimbra desktop email client.


Batch Export Multiple NSF Files to Zimbra

With this NSF to TGZ file exporter utility, users are free to choose numerous NSF files for converting them in an individual cycle. In addition, software provides two options for browsing single or multiple NSF files into it. No matter what is the size of NSF file, the application is not appended with any size limitation while working.


Provides Flexible File Saving Options

Using Lotus Notes to Zimbra importer tool, users can either save resultant files on its original path or on some new location of their choice using ‘Change’ button. Moreover, users can also store TGZ files in desired file saving conventions, which is provided by ‘File Naming’ option. This option is having multiple file format in which you can save your resultant files.


Preview Objects/Data Items Before Conversion

The tool gives users a glimpse of its efficacy by allowing users to preview entire data items of the NSF files, before proceeding with the actual conversion scenario. It also shows the total number of item counts available in each folder, selected by end user. There is no time limitation while viewing NSF file content for assurance.


Agile Migration Without Any Data Loss

Risk-free, perfection, accuracy, and speed – Lotus Notes NSF to Zimbra Mailbox application assures its users that it will be providing all these useful factors to its client. The process requires a very little amount of time period to perform the email file conversion, depending upon the number of Lotus Notes mailboxes.

Demo Limitations & Pre-requisites

Demo Edition of Lotus Notes to Zimbra migration tool will allows you to saving of 25 items & mails from every folder.

Download Now

Meet all System Requirement for the working of NSF file to Zimbra Conversion tool.  

  • Program Name: Lotus Notes to Zimbra Converter
  • Version: 6.0
  • System Requirement: Pentium IV 1.4 GHz, 256 MB RAM, Minimum 31 MB Space
  • Operating System: MS Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP etc
    Windows Server 2016, 2013, 2000

Screenshots for Lotus Domino to Zimbra Conversion

browse nsf file

Step 1 : Run the IBM Notes to TGZ Converter tool and browse for source NSF files

preview nsf files

Step 2 : Preview NSF file emails and Click on convert button to proceed forward.

Saving Formats

Step 3 : Setup All Notes NSF to Zimbra TGZ conversion options and click on Convert button

How to Move Lotus Notes NSF Mailboxes to TGZ

  • Step 1: Run IBM Notes to TGZ Migrator Tool
    • Run Software
    • Download and install NSF to Zimbra Mailbox software from this site and then, click on desktop-icon of the software to run it on your system
  • Step 2: Browse NSF Files of the IBM Domino Server
    • Browse NSF file
    • Its time to add the Lotus Notes database file, which can be accomplished by clicking on Add Files/Folder option for browsing one or more data files within it.
  • Step 3: View Lotus Notes Data Items Before Exporting
    • Preview NSF emails
    • The software will start deep scanning of NSF files to extract data from the source files. After that, tool will load data on its preview window where you can see NSF file data items without any time restriction.
  • Step 4: Click on Convert to Initiate Migration
    • choose zimbra format
    • From toolbar of the software panel, click on Convert button for starting with main moving procedure of email data files. Now, you have to expand file menu list and select TGZ from it. Click on Convert button to continue, if in case you do not want to change default settings. Else, you can use advance settings provided on the current wizard and then click on Convert.
  • Step 5: Lotus Notes to Zimbra Conversion Completed
    • nsf to zimbra process complete
    • A pop-up message window will appear through which you come to know that NSF to TGZ file migration is completed.
  • Step 6: Browse Zimbra TGZ Files in its Email Client
    • import zimbra
    • Finally, all your files are converted in TGZ file format, which can be imported in Zimbra desktop application for viewing Lotus Notes emails in it. Select Preferences << Import/Export << Choose File to import resultant TGZ file into Zimbra.
5 Star
4 Star
3 Star
2 Star
1 Star
17 Ratings
Dorian Noca
Wow! I can easily import Lotus Notes into Zimbra mail client directly.
Adward Valea
RecoveryTools Lotus Notes to Zimbra Migration software is one of the best tool used to import NSF files into Zimbra mail client.
Alex Ignat
A really powerful software designed by the developers which does not requires installation of Zimbra for such conversion of files.

Frequently Asked Question...