SysTools Lotus Calendar to ICS

Lotus Notes Calendars to ICS is a tool to convert NSF calendars into universal calendar format (ICS). For each calendar within the NSF file, a single ICS file is created that stores all the information stored in NSF calendar file. The software helps to convert all data of calendars such as recurrences, events, alerts, alarms, appointment, schedule, meeting, into ICS format. The output of converted NSF calendar files is supported by Outlook and Evolution email clients and some calendar applications such as; Google Calendar and Yahoo Calendar. Some other applications such as Thunderbird and SeaMonkey, also support the ICS files that make this tool more usable since ICS files are globally supported. This tool ignores and removes the duplicate entries stored by source NSF file calendars to convert only the unique entries of the calendar to output ICS file format. This converter tool gives a view of NSF file calendar before proceeding with the conversation process. The details include ICS file name, ICS count, and Duplicate count. This process of conversion prevents any type of data loss or damage and retains the Metadata of NSF files post conversion to ICS calendars. The converted data can be easily saved at any of the location on the conversion system as per the user choice. An unlimited number of NSF file calendars can be converted by selecting them one by one. The thing to remember is if the user wants to convert any password protected Notes Calendar then it is necessary that user.id file should be saved at default location and its password is known to the user. This tool works only when Lotus 9.0 and any of its below version is installed on the machine. This Lotus Notes to ICS Calendar tool is available as a free of cost Demo version and as a Licensed Version priced at $69 only.
Price USD69
License Free to try
File Size 2.75 MB
Version 1.0
Operating System Windows 7 Windows Windows XP Windows Me Windows NT Windows 8 Windows 98 Windows Vista Windows 2000 Windows 2003 Windows Server 2008
System Requirements Lotus Notes