Import Thunderbird to Outlook
Thunderbird in Mac and Outlook in Windows are two most used email clients in those two different operating systems. Where Thunderbird is a free and versatile email client, Outlook is a commercial client, part of Office suite, offering literally everything you need to manage your email client.
But what if you are a Thunderbird Mac user who now wants to move Windows Outlook? That’s when you get into trouble. Because all of Thunderbird’s add-on or plugins don’t help you do that properly.
Sure, there are few ways to move data. Some of them requires heavy third-party applications, some of them don’t. You can also approach this manually, using a dummy email account supporting IMAP protocols. Then you can sync the data across the clients. However, all of these traditional methods (including software programs) are built for simple file conversion, which never results in accurate data migration.
Today, we have something better for you. If you really want to import Thunderbird to Outlook and migrate all data successfully, you need to not a data file converter, but a proper email migration utility with the necessary features. And, today is your lucky day!
The Best Way to Import Thunderbird to Outlook
“Mail Extractor Pro” is just the Mac utility you need to import Thunderbird to Outlook. It’s nowhere near other typical tools that require plenty of manual steps to actually convert data, successfully or with flaws.
Mail Extractor Pro can convert both Mac Thunderbird & Windows Thunderbird to Mac Outlook 2016 / 2011 and Windows Outlook 2016 / 2013 / 2010 / 2007 / 2003.
“Mail Extractor Pro” is built with dedicated logic that deals with the Thunderbird native database naturally. This means you no longer need to dig into your drive to look for files or anything. The tool can auto-detect the profile/identity folder and convert emails, contacts, reminders and events from calendar, and virtually anything that is stored there.
This auto-load isn’t just to make things easier, but also to make the conversion more accurate. Rather than using archived data files, the tool targets the natural source of data, and therefore, minimizing any chances of inaccurate migration. The tool hits the mark perfectly and gets every single byte of information processed.
To clear up this data accuracy ability even further, there are some data components that most email file converters fail to convert. If they do succeed, it’s not usually very satisfying. The loss of data fidelity is non-comprisable. Components like: data folders hierarchy (the structure of your folders), non-English text, metadata, headers, and so on. Such information fragments are necessary for emails, but with the typical software programs, you do not get their conversion cleanly. “Mail Extractor Pro” is the only tool that knows how to reach deep within the database and extract every bit with precision.
It’s developed keeping in mind the skillset of the average user. You don’t need to know the ins and outs of email migration process. The interface will take you through each step, so you can get it done without wasting much time. Usually, email migration takes hours and hours, even days. Why waste all that time when you can finish it in a lot less time and more accurately?
Download “Mail Extractor Pro” today and check it out yourself. You will not be disappointed. The free trial version is the perfect way to closely examine how it works in action. And if you have any doubts, you can clear that up from the support team of USL Software. You can even take their help if you are not sure of anything.
How to Import Thunderbird to Outlook
It is easy to work with ‘Mail Extractor Pro. No need to export data from Thunderbird.
Mac Thunderbird: It will auto load your entire Thunderbird Mail database
Windows Thunderbird: You need a copy of your Thunderbird Profile folder.
This tool helps you convert Thunderbird export to PST without any hassle. The trial mode is for ten items within each folder of Thunderbird, but it doesn’t lock any feature. Try today to import Thunderbird to Outlook.