EML files with .eml extension store emails of email clients like Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail, Outlook Express, Mozilla Thunderbird, Zoho Mail, Zimbra The Bat, etc. These EML files can be stored on the system and easily transported to another system using any external device. You can easily drag and drop the EML files to your email client mailbox folder and use it there. But for using these EML files in a web-based client like Gmail, you need to import EML files into Gmail.
You can import EML files to Gmail by configuring the Gmail account in an email client like Microsoft Outlook. But you should have patience and time to perform the import. Also, a successful import can be expected only if the configuration and settings are correct. So, a lot of technicalities are involved.
The best alternative is an automated professional tool to import EML files to Gmail directly and selectively using advanced filtering options.
Kernel MBOX to PST Converter tool performs conversion of MBOX files to PST file format and other destinations efficiently. It also allows moving all EML files to web-based email servers like Gmail and other destinations. The tool is simple-to-use with robust functionalities. Let us understand it better by importing EML files into your Gmail account directly.
Get Kernel MBOX to PST Converter tool from its official website (both trial and technician version) to move your EML files directly to the specified Gmail account.
Follow the steps below to import EML files to the Gmail account below.
You can try this process for other saving options as well.
Q. How an EML file is different from an MBOX file?
A. An EML file stores an individual email from a mailbox and is supported by multiple email clients like Outlook Express, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail, Thunderbird, Apple Mail, etc. In contrast, an MBOX file is supported by Thunderbird, and about 20 more MBOX supported email clients; it stores all the emails of the MBOX folder.
Q. Name other saving options in Kernel MBOX to PST Converter for EML files.
A. There are multiple saving options available with the Kernel MBOX to PST Converter tool to save EML files, such as PST and file formats like MSG, EML, TXT, RTF, DBX, etc.; Email Servers like Office 365, GroupWise, IBM Domino, Microsoft Exchange Server; Web-based Email Servers like Gmail, Google Apps, etc.
Q. How can I manually import EML files to Gmail?
A. To manually import EML files to the Gmail account, you are required first to configure the IMAP enabled Gmail account in your Microsoft Outlook or any other email client using the Account Settings. Then you can easily drag and drop the EML files to the configured Gmail mailbox folder to move the files.
Q. Why do I cannot connect my Gmail account to this software with my login credentials?
A. The Kernel MBOX to PST Converter tool supports App Password for Gmail account as the login password for connecting to the Gmail account due to Google’s security compliances. First, you need to generate an app password for your Gmail account using the Google Settings and use it further as the password for your Gmail account.
Q. How to add my EML files to this software for import?
A. To add multiple EML files to the Kernel MBOX to PST Converter tool, you are required to store the files for import in a single folder on your system and then add it to the tool utilizing the Browse option against the Select Folder button and then continue with the import process.