Export Exchange Mailbox To MBOX And Open It On Several Email Platforms
The software is purposely designed for assisting users with simple solution to export Exchange mailbox to MBOX. They can export private as well as public folder items in MBOX with help of this product. The MBOX file created by this software is workable on all of its supportive email clients like Thunderbird, Apple Mail, Spicebird, MuttMail, PocoMail, etc.
The software provides a rapid solution to recover emails from private and public folders of the Exchange server for exporting them in MBOX file format. It works with any size of Exchange database file, which means that there is no file size restriction imposed in the tool.
The EDB to MBOX converter has the provision to filter out the unwanted folders at the time of migration. From the preview panel, users just have to check the checkbox of desired folder, rest filtering will be performed by this tool itself. All the emails of selected folder only is going to get saved in MBOX file.
The migrator benefits users with conversion of multiple mailboxes of EDB file into MBOX format all in a single attempt. This feature will be helpful in saving the precious time while exporting several mailboxes altogether having bulk of emails within them.
When the tool is done with scanning process, it list downs all the extracted mailboxes that were present in the file. Users can click on any of the desired mailbox folder and then, preview emails with its respective content. The message attributes like To, Bcc, Cc, etc., will be shown in this area of the software.
Trial Edition- Download EDB to MBOX Converter Tool
Demo version of Exchange Mailbox to MBOX Converter scan & preview of all items of Exchange mailboxes.
Is it possible to select the public folder of MS Exchange server for email conversion into MBOX format?
I am having a corrupted EDB file with me whose messages are to be converted in MBOX file format. Will your software be helpful in such case for me?
Is there any technician who can provide a list with which the resultant MBOX file will be supported?