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Sat Jun 08, 2013 12:30 pm

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I have been using Mac laptop for a very long time, it started giving troubles and its costly to maintain it, so i got a windows 7 laptop instead.
Now the problem I am dealing with is that there are thousands of emails in Apple mail (mac). How can I move or transfer the mailboxes from apple mail to outlook 2007.

Its a matter of urgency so it will be kind if you post answers asap.
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Sat Jun 08, 2013 4:36 pm

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You can use a utility to convert the Mac Outlook OLM files to Windows Outlook PST files.

For Windows, there's OLM to PST Converter. Move the mail files to the PC, convert them, then import them into Outlook 2007.



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Mon Jun 10, 2013 2:51 am

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Dear Barter252,

To transfer the mailboxes from apple mail to outlook 2007, you need a MBOX to PST converter tool. MBOX file stores Apple Mail data while PST file stores Outlook Data. Once conversion is completed, simply import the converted PST file in Outlook to access the Apple Mail e-mails in Outlook.
Try free Demo here...This software supports windows 7 & Outlook 2007.



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Wed Jun 26, 2013 8:06 pm

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A quick and easy way to do this is with a GMail IMAP account. Just setup the GMail account on the Mac and in Outlook on Windows. Then in Mail (Mac) drag the messages from your account to the GMail IMAP folders (make as many as you need). Now in Outlook drag the messages from the GMail IMAP account into the Outlook folders you want.

Another way is to go fro third party applications.
The one I know is : Apple Mail to PST Convert – Convert Apple Mail Emails to WIndows Outlook PST

Using third party applications has the advantage of doing the migration quickly while the imap account method is slow and lengthy.

Choose the way you want to opt.
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Fri Jul 05, 2013 11:38 am

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Wow, honestly I never knew that applications are available for this kind of problem and that too so many of them.

Ultimately I have to choose one of them, Mail passport pro did everything I wanted bit by bit.

Thanks for support.



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Fri Sep 27, 2013 4:17 am

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Mail Passport Pro convert multiple format to outlook pst.



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Wed Dec 11, 2013 2:20 am

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Hello Barter,

If you want to move or transfer the mailboxes from apple mail to Outlook 2007, then you should take a help of Apple Mail to Outlook conversion application like Kernel for MBOX to PST Converter. It is really very effective conversion tool that restores all emails and other data of Apple Mail (MBOX file) to Windows Outlook(PST file) within few clicks. You can get further information regarding this software from here http://www.mboxtopst.org/



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