The product exports messages from PocoMail to PST file. Installation of any email client is not required for working of this software. This file will easily get converted in all versions of Outlook.
Following two options to browse PocoMail file :
Preview All Mailboxes
User can preview all mail by clicking on a folder in a tree-structured format whose data to be viewed. The Converter is specially designed with feature to show preview of each mail, which to be saved in PST file.
Option to Export Items or Folders
At the time of migration process, user can filter out the unwanted data. Only click on those emails and folders, which are to be kept in outlook. Rest the remaining data will be eliminated ate the time of data transferring.
2 Options to Create Outlook File
There are 2 ways to create Outlook PST file :
View and Save Process Log File
The migrator product can maintain a log report both for single as well as multiple mailbox migration procedure. This report contains of all the activities carried out by the product for task accomplishment. One can open, view, and save this file in CSV format, just at the end of entire conversion.
PocoMail creates an MBX file for each email folder like Inbox. MBX and the default location of MBX file is: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\PocoMail\Mail.
The tool detects the location of data file automatically if Pocomail is installed on your machine and configured properly otherwise you may browse .mbx file to convert Pocomail to Outlook PST format.
Yes, Pocomail File to Outlook Converter supports Windows 8.1 and all the below versions.
"I was looking for a software which could perform the conversion of PocoMail to PST for Windows. After going through the demo version of Converter, I purchased the full version and is satisfied with the product. Recommended Tool! Thanks to the developer."
- Jack Middleton – From US
"Excellent Tool for converting MBOX file emails to PST format. I liked its Spliting feature which gives flexibility to the user. Thanks to the creative team.”
Andres Straus – From UK