Thunderbird emails to Outlook
I am in the process of trying to export Thunderbird emails to Outlook or PST files. I came across http://www.thunderbirdtooutlook.com/ It seems to be exactly what I am looking for. Does anyone know much about this topic or if this is easy to use.
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Thunderbird is good but it can't be better than Outlook, you have lots of flexibility with Outlook, I would say.
Outlook is much better then Thunderbird
Import Thunderbird Mail to Outlook
Best way to perform conversion of emails from Thunderbird MBOX to PST Outlook format is mbox converter from http://www.mboxconverter.com/ here. It will guaranteed help you to execute the accurate conversion of emails into PST format.
Thunderbird mail files can be converted to Outlook, i.e. in PST format. Read the solution given below and note down each and every step:
Convert MBOX to PST
This above technique is the only manual process by which you can these mail files in Outlook.
Is your email server an IMAP server? Do you keep copies on your server?
You would only need set up outlook with the account access credentials and it will download all your emails.
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Originally Posted by Liss
Sorry for the inconvenience. The manual solution which I have shared with you earlier has been redirected to:-
How to Convert MBOX to PST?
Take a look to the solution. It is quite helpful.
Apple mail archive are in .mbox format which is not a supported Outlook format in windows. You cannot import this file, that's why.
You might want to look for a .mbox to .pst converter.
Though there might be some manual tricks or technique, but nothing is better and easier than a third-party converter app. There are software companies in the market which provide third-party tools for MBOX to PST conversion. You can try any one of them.
Or if you are looking for any recommendation, then I would like to suggest you to try SysInfoTools MBOX Converter tool. This tool can convert your single as well as multiple MBOX files (normal as well as corrupted) into PST and other popular file formats, such as: EML, MSG, DBX, HTML and RTF.
To read more about this tool, you can visit: sysinfotools.com/mbox-converter.html
Hi to All,
The manual process of Thunderbird to Outlook Conversion is available but its very complex and not for safe your Thunderbird emails. I would like to suggest you an Excellent IBID Info Thunderbird to Outlook Converter which is completely migrate your Thunderbird emails into PST, MSG and EML formats. And the converted PST file easily Import into MS Outlook.
I also faced this same problem while transferring Thunderbird mails to outlook. But i have used one converter tool to convert all the mail from Mbox to PST. Total Thunderbird Converter, this converter tool has worked fine with me i hope this will help you too.
Yes, I have a solution that can convert thunderbird to outlook 2013 in simple manner. You can try this IBID mbox to outlook converter utility as Ií m also try this application and my opinion this application really work well and convert all my mails from thunderbird to outlook 2013 without any difficulty
Thunderbird(MBOX) to Outlook Emails
Thunderbird file holds user mailbox information in MBOX file format while Outlook does same in PST file format. To open Thunderbird MBOX file in Outlook PST format user need to convert MBOX file in PST format. Manual method is also available to migrate from Thunderbird to Outlook but it is very tedious and time consuming work and also one erroneous step will results in complete data loss. To avoid risk of data loss and for safe and secure conversion I would recommend opting for Stellar MBOX to PST converter software. I also used this software to perform migration in secure way.
Read this blog post for an easy and simple manual trick for importing Thunderbird emails to Outlook:
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