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Best Way to Convert MBOX file of Postbox to Outlook

Postbox is a sophisticated set of applications that is used in emailing to other clients, news feed and feed reader in Windows and Mac OS. Not only limited to this, the tool extends it hospitality by rendering other features which makes the email platform quite stunning and more lucrative among other platforms. With eye-catching interface, Postbox is easily manageable. At the same time user can have a glimpse of different folders like Archives, Templates, Drafts, Junk, Trash and much more. In Postbox platform the responses are readymade in the form of TXT/HTML. These can be used later on to send replies. The templates of the emails as per need of the business is the special feature of the application.

As far as other features of Postbox are concerned, they are as follows:

  • Swift search with no complications.
  • Chronological arrangements of the emails.
  • Better organization than contemporary tools.
  • Works best with Mac X.
  • Supports different foreign languages like Spanish, English, French, German, Russian and Dutch.
  • Quick installation and uninstallation.
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Even with the availability of astounding features in Postbox, user prefers Outlook platform. To convert MBOX files of Postbox to PST, it is advised to take assistance from Kernel for MBOX to PST. The following steps gives incredible guidance in such conversion.

  1. Launch Kernel for MBOX to PST.
  2. Select ‘Postbox’ client among 20 MBPX clients.
  3. Select postbox Email Client

  4. Click ‘Next’ to proceed for adding Postbox MBOX files using ‘Add File(s)’ option. If user wishes to eliminate any of them then it can be done using ‘Remove File(s)’ button.
  5. Select folder or files

  6. Click ‘Finish’ once adding of Postbox MBOX file is complete.
  7. In new window a detailed information on selected MBOX files will appear. To save them click ‘Save’ located at the top of the tool’s interface.
  8. Screenshot of selected Postbox MBOX files

  9. On clicking ‘Save’ a new window will appear that gives conversion options: ‘Convert all items’ and ‘Define Conversion Rule’.
  10. Conversion options

  11. To convert all items simply select ‘Convert all items’ and click ‘Next’.
  12. Select ‘Convert all items’

  13. To convert defined items, user has to click ‘Define Conversion Rule’. It includes different fields – From, To, Subject and Time – selected from the dropdown menu of ‘Where’.

    Select ‘Define Conversion Rule’ option

    Note: From is the field value that indicates the name of the sender.

    1. To indicate the person to whom the mail was sent.
    2. Subject indicates the subject line present in the concerned mail.
    3. Date indicates the date range in which the possibility of receiving the mail is maximum.
  14. Once done click ‘Next’. The new window in the interface will appear that indicates selection of the destination. Select ‘Save in PST’ among other options to initiate the conversion. The other selection has to be made from ‘Create New PST File’ and ‘Save in Existing PST File’.
  15. Select ‘Create New PST File’ to create new PST. Provide the destination path using ‘Browse’ option.
  16. Select ‘Create New PST File’ option

  17. However, ‘Save in Existing PST file’ can be chosen if PST file already exists. User has to just provide file destination path using ‘Browse’ button.
  18. Select ‘Save in Existing PST file’ option

  19. Once done, click ‘Save’ so that the conversion process can be initiated. The ongoing conversion process appears as follows:
  20. Saving process

  21. Once conversion is complete, the tool displays the message.


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