The Zimbra Migration Tool is providing file naming convention option to modify default name of resultant NSF files. Users can change the predefined file naming format and set it in a customized manner. Moreover, the software supports a TGZ file of Zimbra Collaboration server, Zimbra desktop-client, and Zimbra web client mailboxes.
Once all the mailbox items of selected TGZ files are loaded on software panel, the user can preview entire data items like emails, contacts, calendars, etc., all at one place. After this, one will have to check or uncheck those items or folders, which they desire or does not desire to be saved with .nsf file extension.
The application provides following two ways to add Zimbra exported TGZ files:
Add Files: Browse multiple Zimbra exported files in software in one-by-one manner
Add Folders: Create one folder in which multiple TGZ files are stored and browse it directly in the utility
The TGZ to NSF converter provides feature of saving output NSF files at any demanded location of end user’s choice. If required, then one is free to create a New folder directly from the software panel with a customized name and at wanted location.
Zimbra TGZ files comprises of many mailbox items within it like emails, contacts, calendars, tasks, appointment, etc. These data are mostly very much essential for end users therefore, the software is designed in such a way that all these information remains intact while importing TGZ files to NSF format.
Demo Edition of Zimbra to Lotus Notes Conversion will only convert 25 items from every folder.
Meet following System Requirement for the working of Zimbra to NSF Migration tool.
Frequently Asked Question...
No, you can transfer emails from Zimbra to IBM Notes with help of this software without installation of any program or the server.
Yes of course, the attachments appended with emails are also migrated in Lotus Notes. Whenever you will import resultant NSF files in IBM Notes email application, you will find those emails with attachment in their original format.
Yes, our program is Windows-based, which is supported on Windows 10, 8.1, 8, and all its below versions.
Yes, you just need to export TGZ file from the server and then with help of this utility, convert it into NSF file format. After the successful conversion, import the resultant NSF file into Lotus Notes email client.
Jan Duncan, Romania
First of all, I searched for many manual approaches to import mails from Zimbra to Lotus Notes. I gone through many forum posting websites, blogs, videos, etc., but none of them were worth for me. Then, I decided to use third-party applications that are made for Zimbra to IBM Notes migration and came across this utility. I purchased its standard license and accomplished my task. It actually became an easy task for me to perform such migration just because of this tool. Thank You!
Eula Maxwell, Malaysia
Nowadays, IBM Notes is a highly rated business collaboration program therefore, I planned to switch my email platform from Zimbra to Lotus Notes. However, I could not afford even a single bit data loss during the conversion procedure hence, took advice from my friends for the same. Majority of my friends recommended me to use this application and then I did the same. TGZ to NSF importer software helped really well for executing the plan successfully in a systematic way; heartily thankful to the developers!