MailsDaddy Thunderbird to Outlook Converter is designed with the GUI interface so it is very easy to handle and perform the conversion for TB to Outlook. The tool has many advanced features which let you confirm that your data is successfully migrated into Outlook PST format. Before converting Mozilla Thunderbird data into PST, it generates the complete folder structure and email preview of loaded mailbox. Not only this, but it also allows the user to migrate selected or filtered emails of Thunderbird Mbox into PST or other given formats.
For the testing purpose, you can use the demo edition and convert the first 20 emails from each mailbox without any cost. User can run the application on all Window-based editions and produce the new PST file for Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013, etc.
Easy to use: The tool is built on a simple GUI interface therefore novice user can also use the solution on large & small mailbox of Thunderbird.
Autoload option: User can add the number of mailbox into the application by using the Autoload button.
Preview: Thunderbird application automatically generates the preview the individual selected mail with relevant attachments.
No file size limit: Before launching the tool, we have tested it very closely, there have been successful results on files up to 30 GB.
Free Conversion: With the trial version, user can convert first 20 emails from each mailbox at free of cost.
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Batch migration: It is also a time-saving application as it lets you convert multiple account mailboxes to Outlook simultaneously in a few simple clicks.
Email filter: With the purchase edition, the user will be able to use all features such as email filters that allow you to export only filtered emails with the help of search criteria.
Save selected emails: With the help of this option, you can store selected fairs and save them in the given format.
Export email via Date: Set date range filter & migrate the data between two different time periods.
Last updated 30 Sep 2019