Migrate Mails & Attachments of Sylpheed to Outlook

Sylpheed is an open-source email client that progressively runs on Linux or UNIX compliant system. With stunning features and easy configuration requisites, Sylpheed stores mail in MH Message Handling System. It is a default client in Lubuntu, Damn Small Linux and Puppy Linux. With availability of intuitive user interface, Sylpheed can be perfectly handled by the user of any category. To support the file format, Sylpheed uses GTK+GUI tool kit. Some features that make Sylpheed more aggressive are:

  • Strategically supports the emailing platform
  • Sophisticated level of search and filtration
  • Junk mail optimization
  • Supports major protocols like POP3, SMTP, IMAP, NTTP and others

For ease and fulfilling the client’s necessity, many users prefer to move to Outlook platform. Outlook platform is easy to manage and is often used by professionals to maintain the communication. If any user is willing to migrate mailbox from Sylpheed to PST, then an advanced mbox to pst conversion tool is required. Sylpheed is the MBOX client; therefore, and so an ideal email conversion tool must be selected that can effectively convert the respective file items to Outlook PST without affecting the integrity of data.

Kernel for MBOX to PST is specially designed to perform the respective mbox to pst migration. To perform such email conversion, one has to follow these steps:

  1. Launch Kernel for MBOX to PST.
  2. Select ‘Sylpheed’ from the different MBOX clients provided by the interface. Select Sylpheed email client
  3. Click ‘Next’ to proceed.
  4. Add Sylpheed MBOX files to the interface using ‘Add File(s)’ button. The files that you don’t wat to migrate can be removed by using ‘Remove File(s)’ button.
  5. Click ‘Finish’ once file addition is complete. Select folder or files
  6. A new window in interface will get open presenting detailed information on the selectively added Sylpheed MBOX files. To save them, click ‘Save’ button located at the top of the interface. Screenshot of selected MBOX files
  7. A conversion options appear on the screen. It presents ‘Convert all Items’ and ‘Define Conversion Rule’. To save entire items just click on ‘Convert all items’ followed by ‘Next’. Conversion options
  8. To save any specific items of Sylpheed MBOX file, select ‘Define Conversion Rule’ where different parameters like From, To, Subject and Date have to be selected from ‘Where’ drop-down menu.

    Note:From’ field indicates the ‘Sender’ of the mail.
    To’ field indicates the ‘Receiver’ of the mail.
    Subject’ field indicates the ‘Subject Line’ on the email, and
    Date’ field indicates the ‘Date-Range’ in which the mail would have been sent.

  9. State a value that is either contained or is not contained in the “From” field.
  10. Similarly, specify a value contained or not contained in the “To” field.
  11. Also, provide the required value for “Subject” field.
  12. Finally, specify the date range using “date” field. Specify the date range
  13. Click ‘Next’ to proceed to saving option. In the next step click ‘Save in PST’ available as among other options like ‘Save in EML’, ‘Save in MSG’, and ‘Save in Office 365’.
  14. Choose among ‘Create New PST File’ and ‘Save in Existing PST File’. To save in new PST file, select option “create the PST file” and provide the newly created PST file path using ‘Browse’ option. Select destination
  15. To save in pre-existing PST file just provide the destination path using ‘Browse’ option and proceed. Select ‘Browse’ option
  16. Once saving options are finalized, check the box that reads ‘Save in Folder Hierarchy’ and click ‘Save’.
  17. The saving process initiates and message appears as: Saving process
  18. Once completed the interface shows the dialog box indicating the successful completion of mailbox migration.

 

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