Normal email applications are programmed only for behaving as an email client where as the Lotus Notes is more than just a client it’s a platform for organization wide usage. Everyone who is into working with MS Outlook must always have thought as for how good it would have been if various elements that the Outlook contains like Calendar, Tasks, Contacts, Journals, Address Book etc. can be easily converted into Lotus Note! Well you need not worry as SysTools has brought to your rescue the new Outlook 2 Notes Converter version 7.0. With this Outlook to Notes application installed in your system you will be able to export almost all the items of mailbox from MS Outlook into IBM Lotus Notes in minutes. This software program has got many affluent features that can effortlessly convert various data of Outlook, properties of Outlook, email folders and more in to Lotus notes which you can later work upon as per your preferences.
This converting software program is available in the internet which you can easily download and install in your system very easily. Working on this application will be a very easy task for you as the interface that it comes with it is really simple and easy to understand. Conversion of all Outlook data to Lotus data takes place at a very good pace and you can be very sure that not even a single data gets lost in the conversion. Before buying the full version you can go for the free demo version where you can get to know the credibility of the software and convert first 15 mails with ease. In full version the price points varies as to whether you want to buy the personal version or business version. The best part of this converter is that it supports almost all the versions of Windows OS from 98 to Windows 7, all the versions of Lotus Notes as well as Microsoft Outlook.
Such an important tool that is more than useful for anyone and the decent price at which it comes in gives the impression that nothing can come better than this special Outlook 2 Notes-Converter. We can give it a rating of 3.5 on a scale of 5 for its effectiveness and robust feature set.