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OLM to MBOX – How to convert without data loss and time loss

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016:

There are mostly three concerns relating to OLM to MBOX conversion. With the new OLM Extractor Pro, we have successfully resolved those complications, resulting in anxious free, safe, and quick conversion. OLM is a file used by Mac Outlook in Mac computers. And MBOX is a file used by many other Mac email clients. So, if you are moving away from Mac Outlook to those clients, OLM Extractor Pro will be your safest bet. One of the major concern when switching from Outlook 2011 to MBOX is the safety aspect. Most users have reported data loss or data corruption when […] Read More →

A much better way to convert Outlook 2011 files to other email file format

Sunday, January 4th, 2015:

If you are looking to migrate the data from Outlook 2011 into any other email client of your choice, OLM Extractor Pro is your best possible tool to do that. It converts OLM files to various other popular email file formats, delivering precise and accurate conversion of data. Mac Outlook is considered a handy email client with high performance index. But, in spite of the praise by users, Mac Outlook also receives a small amount of criticism its way. It relates to how susceptible it is to data corruption. That has been a primary cause of a considerable amount of […] Read More →

Convert OLM to MBOX with unique feature and effective interface

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014:

OLM is a file Mac Outlook uses to store the data including mails, contacts, tasks and calendar items. MBOX is a file that many other email clients use for storage purpose. MBOX is a short form of Mailbox, and has become a generic term when it comes to storing emails. If you are to convert OLM to MBOX, you can then use those MBOX files in a number of email applications used by many people. Example of MBOX supporting apps would be Apple Mail, Thunderbird, Eudora, Netscape, Postbox, Entourage, Windows Live, and Turnpike. Many people intend to do it manually. […] Read More →

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