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Import PST to Thunderbird
« on: 25. May 2022., 07:41:32 »
We all know that Mozilla Thunderbird is an open-source email client which can be easily accessible on various platforms such as Linux, Mac, Windows, etc. On the other hand, MS Outlook is also an advanced email client, but there are situations when the user looks to import PST to Thunderbird using several migration approaches. So we will help those who are looking for a better and shorter way to import files.

In this regard, there is multiple set of techniques available to complete the import process. We will recommend only utilizing the professional utility like the Shoviv IMAP backup and restore tool because of its better features and easier user interface. This tool will provide the risk-free route to import multiple as well as large PST into the Thunderbird.

You can try the tool-free version, which makes it possible to test all software functionality.

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Import PST to Thunderbird
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Re: Import PST to Thunderbird
« Reply #1 on: 14. June 2022., 02:19:20 »
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Re: Import PST to Thunderbird
« Reply #2 on: 16. August 2022., 07:40:43 »
If you want to import PST data to Thunderbird mailbox then you have to export PST file in EML or MBOX format. Mozilla Thunderbird supports both mailboxes so it is much easy for the user.
But how to export PST to Thunderbird? Here, users can use MailsDaddy PST to Thunderbird converter tool to open a mailbox from PST to EML. You can also try the free demo version of the software and migrate 20 items from each mailbox.
Read more: https://sites.google.com/view/convert-outlook-to-eml/

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Re: Import PST to Thunderbird
« Reply #3 on: 26. October 2022., 14:26:33 »
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Re: Import PST to Thunderbird
« Reply #4 on: 01. November 2023., 13:34:34 »
I think you should try professional solution Softaken PST to Thunderbird Converter that allows you to export MS Outlook PST files to Thunderbird mailboxes. This program supports both old and new MS Outlook PST files ANSI & UNICODE. It will show you a scan preview of your exported data, and the converted data will be saved in the location you specify. There is also a search option provided for exploring e-mails and attachments. This Outlook to Thunderbird Converter works with all Outlook and Windows versions without causing any problems. As a result, you will obtain a 100% safe and secure conversion using this program. There is no risk of losing your data throughout the conversion process. Despite the fact that this tool can support password-protected files. Whether you are familiar with technical abilities or not, this Softaken Outlook to Thunderbird Converter Converter is fairly simple to use. Its features are simple to use. Before spending money on this program, you can get a trial version from its official website.

Read More:- https://www.softaken.com/outlook/thunderbird/

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