IT administrators sometimes will have to import email files (of their employees) to the organization’s email servers – Exchange Server, IBM Domino, Novell GroupWise, or Office 365. This situation usually arises when employees work from home on their own systems. It is easy to import the files of the email clients supported by the email server – e.g., importing Outlook PST files to Exchange Server. However, importing MBOX files (of email clients like Thunderbird) to Exchange Server or other email clients manually is difficult. For that, administrators will have to use professional tools like Kernel for MBOX to PST.
Kernel for MBOX to PST, apart from converting MBOX to PST, migrates your MBOX file to Exchange, Domino, GroupWise, or Office365. Another advantage of this tool is that it facilitates selective migration (migration of specific items) of MBOX data with the help of its email filters. It has many advanced features as well.
It is easy to use Kernel for MBOX to PST to save MBOX data to email servers and Office 365. Before starting the migration, make sure that you have the login credentials of the email server (Exchange Server/Domino/GroupWise) or Office365.
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You can use Kernel for MBOX to PST to save your MBOX files to Office 365, IBM Domino and GroupWise. The procedure is the same. The Login details page of Office 365 is shown as an example.
Kernel for MBOX to PST Converter migrates MBOX files to popular email servers and Office 365. The tool, with its user-friendly interface, helps to migrate MBOX files to the required destination easily. Here, the need for moving MBOX emails to other destination platforms is mentioned and the MBOX to PST Converter professional tool is described with its prominent advantages and the working process to save MBOX emails to Exchange Server, Office 365, Domino Server, and Novell GroupWise is well-explained with software interface displays for all these destinations login details for quick addition, filter options for selective migration, preview feature for data confirmation before migration, etc.