SeaMonkey, an open-source desktop email client driven by a community of developers, offers a range of capabilities, including support for multiple accounts, junk mail folders, message filters, and an address book. However, it's essential to recognize that SeaMonkey has become an outdated email program due to the absence of new updates since its initial release. Consequently, users have become less enthusiastic about its usage, primarily because of the lack of ongoing development that motivates them to transition to more modern and feature-rich email applications like MS Outlook. Furthermore, SeaMonkey falls short when it comes to advanced security and flexibility features, which are prominent strengths of Microsoft Outlook.

These days, SeaMonkey is not a popular choice, making it advisable to resolve this situation by transitioning your email from SeaMonkey to Outlook. It is advised to try Kernel for MBOX to PST converter. The tool can be tried to convert MBOX files of SeaMonkey to PST file format. To perform such email conversion, you need to consider the steps illustrated below:

  1. Open the MBOX to Outlook PST Converter tool on your computer. Install MBOX to PST converter tool
  2. Select a mode for file addition: To add multiple files, choose the "Select File(s)" option; to import an entire folder containing MBOX files, opt for the "Select Folder" option. Select mode to convert
  3. To find SeaMonkey MBOX files in your local directory, simply select the "+" button. Locate SeaMonky MBOX files Note: You can easily eliminate the default selection of MOBX files by clicking the "x" button.
  4. Choose the SeaMonkey MBOX files you want to convert, then simply press the "Open" button. Select the SeaMonkey MBOX files
  5. Select "Finish" and click. Click Finish
  6. Once you've successfully imported the MBOX files, the tool will present all mailbox items along with essential details. To save the file, simply click the "Save" button positioned just below the menu bar options. Alternatively, you can explore the saving options available on the far left side of the interface. MBOX files successfuly importaed
  7. Within the Savings Options window, opt for PST as the output format for saving your data. Afterward, click on "Next" to advance to the next step in the process. Select PST as the output type
  8. In the following window, you will find filter options for selectively saving specific data from your file. These options include "From," "To," "Subject," "Folder Name," "Item Type," and "Date Range." Simply choose the relevant filter options from the Select Filter(s) window. It's worth noting that this window is entirely optional. If you don't need to make specific changes to your file, you can proceed by clicking "Next." Apply filter options
  9. The subsequent phase involves dividing the converted PST file into two separate parts. To do this, navigate to the "Manage Recovered PST" window and choose the relevant option for splitting your PST file. Within this window, you also have the flexibility to make optional modifications to your converted PST, such as splitting the file and appending a prefix to its name. If your file is small and doesn't need to be divided into two parts, you can bypass this step by clicking the "Next" button. Split PST file
  10. Navigate to select a target directory where you'd like to store the converted PST file. Provide destination path
  11. Choose the pathway and then click on the OK button. Select the path
  12. Select the Finish option to initiate the conversion procedure. Click finish to execute conversion process
  13. Once the conversion process is successfully completed, the resulting PST file is saved to the designated destination. Seamonkey to PST done