Outlook is a personal information manager, available as part of Microsoft's Office suite. Undoubtedly, this is one of the most powerful email client applications. Many organizations use Microsoft Outlook in collaboration with Microsoft Exchange Server to maintain the calendars, contacts, meetings and tasks etc. Microsoft Outlook supports all versions of Windows OS. The MS Outlook keeps the mailbox data in two types file - OST and PST.
Thunderbird is a desktop email application and developed by Mozilla at free of cost and it can be easily accessed on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating system. The MBOX file extensions is primary file format of it and it can be easily access by many email client such as Alpine, Becky, Claws Mail, Cone, Evolution, Gnus, KMail, Mozilla Newsgroup, Mulberry, Mutt, Netscape Messenger, Opera Mail, Pine, Pocomail, SeaMonkey, YAM, etc.
The .PST file is primary file format of MS Outlook and it contains emails, contacts, calendars, tasks, and appointments, etc. The Outlook is more beneficial than Mozilla Thunderbird because of its overall functionalities –
There are two methods to convert MBOX mailbox to Outlook –
Manual Method is applicable for only the Windows XP. Please Fallow these step to step process-
The manual process is not applicable for all MS Outlook and Windows OS that’s why I am suggesting the third-party solution to export or convert Mozilla Thunderbird MBOX data to MS Outlook PST file format. Everywhere the Internet, we initiate many software on the online market. But I will suggest MailsSoftware Thunderbird to Outlook converter tool, which is further trustworthy and secure. If you are not fulfilled through my conversation, then you try the free demo version of the software, which allows the conversion of 20 emails each folder.
If you need to use the full version of this software, then you should buy the required licensed copy.
You can migrate any thunderbird MBOX files to Outlook PST format, and it doesn’t substance where you transferred these MBOX file folders from or which email client you are using.