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Updated On - 10 Jan 2020

Easily Convert OLM Files to MBOX with no More Hassle

Email Migration

Outlook for Mac helps Mac users to connect to Exchange Server. This email client from Microsoft stores the mailbox data in OLM format. As OLM format is not supported by other email clients or programs, you will not be able to open OLM emails in Apple Mail or free email clients like Thunderbird. However, you…

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Updated On - 04 May 2020

A Quick Way to Import MBOX Emails to MS Outlook 2016, 2013 & 2010

Email Migration

MBOX is a popular mailbox file format used by email clients such as Thunderbird, Eudora, PocoMail, etc. for storing email data. Apple Mail (it is an email client of Mac OS X 10.0 or later versions) also has MBOX for mailbox files. Are you looking for the ways to import MBOX emails to MS Outlook?…

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Updated On - 21 May 2020

Two simple methods to export Contacts from OST to PST

Email Migration

OST files store Exchange mailbox data on user systems, so that the user can access emails even when the Exchange server is not available. Basically, OST file is an offline copy of the user’s mailbox stored on the Exchange server. Just like emails, the contacts of the user are also stored in OST files. How…

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Updated On - 13 Nov 2019

How to Migrate Outlook 2013 PST Data to Outlook 2016?

Email Migration

Migrating Outlook 2013 PST data to Outlook 2016 is typical task while you are using a manual method. Manual methods of migrating data from Outlook 2013 to 2016 is explained later before I will explain what are PST files and Why you need to migrate. What are PST files? A PST file is Personal Folder…

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Updated On - 28 May 2020

How to import Outlook 2010 PST data in Outlook 2016?

Email Migration

Most of the professionals today have Microsoft Outlook as their center of the workflow. Microsoft Outlook stores emails, contacts, appointments, tasks, notes, journals, etc. in two locations – In personal storage table (.pst) file on your hard disk or in a mailbox located on the server (when you are using Outlook with Microsoft Exchange Server)….

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