Make a Successful Switch from Mac Mail to Outlook for Windows and Migrate Your Data Smoothly!

Switching services require a lot of efforts, any services. But changing your email client can be the worst. The change in email client is not that confusing. It’s just a matter of time before you are natural with your new client. But it’s the data in your old client that remains stuck because you don’t know how to migrate it to your new client.

This blog post handles on such case – Import Mbox to Outlook 2016 / 2013 / 2011 / 2010 / 2007 / 2003 & Office 365 in PST format for Outlook both Mac and Windows. If you have made the switch, you now might be wondering how to get all your emails transferred too. Keep in mind that I am talking about the local data stored in Mac Mail, because the data on server can easily be synced to Windows Outlook.

So, how do you make a successful migration of all your emails, contacts, notes, tasks, calendar items, and other items across these two programs.

The answer is “Mail Extractor Pro.” It’s a convenient Mac utility that makes it very simple for everyone to get the data exported without issues. The way it works is by targeting the profile folder of your Mac Mail and extracts everything into PST, the file that is native for Windows Outlook.

convert mbox to pst

The only thing left for you is to import it to Windows Outlook or u can say to convert MBOX to PST.

Try it today. You will be surprised by how simple and quick an otherwise very lengthy migration can be, if you have a tool built by professionals.

For more details: http://www.mailextractorpro.com

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