Convert MBOX and EML to PST and Keep Non-English Text, Folder Structure, and Other Details Intact!

Moving your complex email data across email clients can be painful. If you have tried, you know what I am talking about. If you haven’t, you are lucky you don’t have to.

To Import MBOX to Outlook 2016 can take a lot, especially because they are both files that are miles apart in their structure and inner framework.

The former is Mac Mail’s file and the latter is Windows Outlook’s. both clients work in different platforms altogether. And therefore, any tool to convert the data between them has to have excellent algorithms and logic to keep the fidelity of your data perfectly secured.

Most often, it’s your non-English text indie the emails contents, the structure of your folders inside the mailbox, and other details like headers and metadata that are the victim of this migration job. You will find them missing or corrupt when you open the PST files converted through ordinary means.

But does it have to be this way? Both clients are exceptional in what they do. So why migrating data has to be that way?

It doesn’t have to. And Gladwev Software realized that, and thus, set out to create the software program that will make this risky and tedious job like a walk in the park. And so, came “Mail Passport Lite,” exactly the tool that you need to Import EML to Outlook 2016 and is the Windows Os based migration tool for windows user.

Without going into details, its best if you can try it right now and see it for yourself. Check out the features, check out the interface and see how it easy the job becomes, but most importantly, check out the output PST files and notice how everything is converted with sharp, to-the-last-bit-of-data precision.

It also come along with pro version called Mail Passport Pro which convert your MBOX, Apple Mail, Gmail Mbox, RGE, Entourage, Postbox, Thunderbird, EML to PST for your Outlook

Don’t worry. You don’t need to buy it to try it out. You can just download the setup, install it, and start using the free trial mode. Activate it later at your own leisure, when you are sure of how perfect the conversion it can deliver.

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