Imports Outlook data files (PST/OST) to Office 365 mailboxes
The tool has a simple user interface that facilitates import in just four simple steps – Add PST file, Add Office 365 account, map PST files to mailboxes, and import PST files. No need of any technical expertise to do this.
Any user with an Office 365 account can import PST files to the mailbox using their login credentials. No administrative privileges are required to import to their own mailboxes.
The PST to Office 365 migration tool migrates PST files to multiple mailboxes in a single attempt. For this, you need to use an account Global administrator credentials. It also, allows to map the PST files to different mailboxes – manually or using CSV.
Office 365 administrators can automate the mapping process with the help of a CSV file. For this, they need to download a blank CSV file, input the required details, and then upload it. The use of CSV file reduces the time and effort required for the manual selection of mailboxes.
The tool helps to filter the PST data before importing to the Office 365 mailboxes. With its filtering and selection options, users can select a particular date range/item type, and remove or exclude deleted items & empty folders.
After the PST import, you can save the report in CSV format to analyze the whole process. The report specifies the number of folders migrated successfully, their type, and errors (if any).
The free version of Kernel Import PST to Office 365 tool migrates 10 items from every PST folder to Office 365 mailboxes completely free.
|Software Features||Trial Version||Full Version|
|Imports PST to Office 365||10 items/folder|
|Imports to multiple mailboxes||10 items/folder|
|Advanced Filter options|
|100% Secure PST Import|
|Detailed log reports after PST import|
|Compatible with all Outlook versions & Office 365 editions|
|24×7 Free Technical Support (Phone, Live Chat, & Emails)|
The export PST to Office 365 tool lets users choose the source PST file & the destination Office 365 mailbox, filter the PST content to include the desired items, and then to import to Office 365 :