How to Save Emails on Thunderbird to Outlook?

Thunderbird is well known email application of Mozilla foundation. The cross platform email client store emails, contact, calendar, attachments and other data in MBOX file format. Nevertheless in the recent time, many Thunderbird email holders are looking for a way to save emails on Thunderbird to Outlook. After the launch of MS Outlook, it gains huge user demand because of its attractive interface and advance functions. Outlook is used in almost sector as default email client. However users who have Thunderbird account in the past need to open old database in Outlook. MS Outlook store user information in PST format The PST file contains emails, contact, calendar, task, notes, journal, appointments, etc. In this blog, we show you how to save emails on Thunderbird to Outlook along with attachments.

Read this comprehensive guide to save batch Thunderbird emails to Outlook with the help of free tool and professional approach.

Save Thunderbird Emails Manually to Outlook

The manual approach explains free way of saving Thunderbird emails in Outlook. It is necessary to install both Thunderbird and Outlook application on the same machine. Follow the steps given below for export of Thunderbird data in Outlook:

Save Thunderbird Email in .eml Format

Step 1: Firstly open file explorer and create a new folder on any suitable location.

Step 2: Start Mozilla Thunderbird in your system and login to your account.

Step 3: Select required Thunderbird emails which you want to export in Outlook.

Step 4: After selection, drag the emails to the new folder created in the first step and drop them.

Step 5: The emails are saved in .eml extension.

Export the Thunderbird Emails in Outlook

Step 1: Start Outlook application and log in to your account.

Step 2: Now create a new folder in Outlook and give suitable name to it. Leave the folder open.

Step 3: Next open the folder where you saved the Thunderbird emails in .eml format. Select the emails and Drag ‘n’ Drop them in middle pane of Outlook.

Step 4: Repeat the steps for saving mails from each folders from Thunderbird to Outlook.

Limitation of Manual Method

• The method does not suits large number of Thunderbird database or batch convert Thunderbird mails to Outlook.

• The hierarchy of Thunderbird files is lost.

• Minor mistake may result in data loss or file corruption.

• The method does not support to export deleted emails from Thunderbird to PST.

• Manual method is a lengthy process and time consuming.

Thunderbird to Outlook Converter – Direct Solution

The professional solution Thunderbird to Outlook Converter is one of the best method available saving Thunderbird emails in Outlook along with contact, calendar and attachments. The utility support Windows operating system of 32 bit and 64 bit including Windows edition 10. The software keeps mail properties of email files intact throughout the conversion process. Thunderbird to PST tool offer filter option to establish selective Thunderbird email migration to Outlook. The tool keeps hierarchy of Thunderbird email files in original format. The software is 100% secure and trustworthy application. You don’t need to install Thunderbird and Outlook in your system to perform Thunderbird data transfer to Outlook. The tool support all the Outlook edition such as 2019, 2016, 2010, 2007 and 2003.

Wrapping Up

In the above mentioned informative content, we explain both the manual approach and professional approach of understanding how to save emails on Thunderbird to Outlook. If you have few Thunderbird files to save in Outlook then manual method is also good for you. However if the data size is large in quantity then automated approach Thunderbird to Outlook Converter is best option for you. Download demo edition of Thunderbird Converter to clarify all your doubts and get tutorial to convert Thunderbird emails into Outlook.

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