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john456 commented 7 months ago

Best way to migrate PST to MBOX Converter software which effectively migrates Outlook PST file to MBOX file format without having any trouble. It can also save the PST file into various file formats such as MBOX, EML, MSG, EMLX, and HT ML. And the feature is:
1) Convert Multiple Outlook PST files
2) And it supports all versions of MS Outlook and Windows.
4) And there is No File Size Limitation Of PST Mailbox
5) Selective Conversion option.
6) Save PST to Email Servers
7) Save PST to Desktop Email Clients
8) And it is 100% Virus free 
9) Free Technical Support 24*7 - 365 Days
10) 30 Days Money Back Guarantee

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Ourmobilecardetailer commented 7 months ago

The MBOX document is the most widely recognized organization for putting away email messages on a hard drive. Every one of the messages for every letter box are put away as a solitary, long, content record in a string of connected email messages, beginning with the From header of the message.

Somit Vishwakarma commented 3 months ago

For reliable conversion from MBOX to PST format I would like to suggest a tool named as MailsDaddy MBOX to PST Converter that easily converts MBOX files into Outlook PST format with various MBOX supportable email clients such as Apple Mail, Gmail, Thunderbird, Eudora, Opera Mail, Poco Mail,  and many more. The converted PST file supports all versions of Outlook without any problem and it comes with a free trial version and also provide 30 days money back guaranty


alexisnelson commented 2 months ago

Easily convert your PST file to MBOX from MS Outlook to Thunderbird mail. As both file formats are used by different email clients so it is not easy to use PST file format into Thunderbird mail. To convert your PST file into MBOX for different email applications than it is mandatory to use third-party application PST to MBOX Converter. It easily resolves the problem of migration from PST format into MBOX format. Download this software from here:-

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