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    Method 1: Copy Messages from Outlook Mac to Windows
    You can export emails from Outlook for Mac to EML format and then import EML file to Outlook on Windows. For this, you need to drag and drop the emails from the mailbox folders in Mac Outlook to a local folder on the system storage media. The steps are as follows,

    Open Outlook on Mac and select the messages that you want to convert to PST format.
    Create a new folder on Desktop and drag ‘n’ drop selected messages from Mac Outlook to this folder on the Desktop.
    The messages are saved in EML format. Copy these mails to an external drive and then connect this drive to your Windows PC.
    Open Outlook on Windows and create a new folder in Outlook mailbox.
    Drag ‘n’ drop the messages in EML format from the external drive to the new folder that you created in Outlook for Windows.
    After this, open Import/Export Wizard in Outlook for Windows and export all the folders that contain copied EML emails to PST format.

    Method 2: Sync Mac Outlook Mails to Windows Outlook
    In this method, you sign in to Windows Outlook using the same account that you use on Outlook for Mac. Once signed in, all emails get synchronized to Outlook on Windows from the mailbox server.

    After the sync is finished, you can open the Outlook Import/Export Wizard in Outlook for Windows to export the emails to PST format. Then import the PST file to Outlook account.

    To know more about Office 365 to Office 365 Migration visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/office-365-migration/

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    1st Method: Exchange Management Shell Method
    In this method, one can access the database and make the desired changes by following the command-line interface.

    Step 1: Go through with the given command to get the list of mailboxes in the database.

    Get-MailboxStaistics-Database<Databasename>

    (By following this command all the mailboxes present in the database will be enlisted.)

    Step 2: Now run this command to ship the EDB file to PST.

    New-MailBoxExportRequest-Mailbox<MailboxName>-FilePath\\Exchange Backup\PST\Mailboxname.PST

    By following this command mailbox data will save to a new PST file. Just remember, the destination folder is a shared folder.

    Step 3: To check the status of the mailbox export request, just follow the given command.

    Get-Mailbox Export Request

    Step 4: After completing the process of Exportation; cancel the request by the below-written command.

    Remove-MailboxExportRequest-Identity<name of the export request>

    2nd Method: Using the Exchange Admin Centre
    Step 1. Firstly, log in to Exchange Admin Centre; as an Administrator

    Step 2. Drive to the “permissions” tab and then after click “admin roles”

    Step 3. By following admin roles, go to Recipient Management and click (+)

    Step 4: Now, go with the (+) option under the “Role Group” Wizard

    Step 5: Now select the “Mailbox Import Export” Option and then “Add” and move to next by clicking “OK”

    Step 6: Now “Mailbox Import Export” option is visible under the “Recipient Management”

    Step 7: Here select “mailboxes” by going to “recipients” and choose the mailbox you want to export. After that, click on More(…) option and select the “Export to a PST file” option.

    Step 8: “Browse” the Mailbox, you want to export.

    Step 9: Now convey the path of a Shared Folder.

    Step 10: After that, choose the mailbox where the email will go after the successful conversion. After doing this, click on Finish, the content of the mailbox will be migrated to the PST file.

    To know more about Exchange Mailbox Migration visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/migrate-exchange-to-office-365-using-cutover-migration

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    Step I: Export NSF Files to CSV
    To export NSF files from Lotus Notes, perform the steps given below

    Launch IBM Lotus Notes program.
    Click File > Open > Louts Notes Application.
    In the Open Application window, browse for the required NSF file and click Open. The selected NSF file gets opened.
    Now, on the File menu, click Export.
    On Export dialogue box, enter the file name, file location, and saving type.
    Select the Comma Separated Value format for the file.
    A dialogue box CSV Export gets open. Select the required options from How much to export, Export Character Set and Detail to Incorporate sections. Click OK.
    The exported data gets saved in CSV file gets saved in the defined location.

    Step II: Import CSV File into Outlook
    Import the Intermediate CSV file into MS Outlook by following the steps:

    Launch MS Outlook program.
    On the File menu, click Open & Export, and then click Import/Export.
    An Import and Export Wizard dialogue box pops up. Select Import from another program or file from the options. Click Next.
    Select Comma Separated Values as file type and click Next.
    Click Browse and select the path for CSV file created earlier using the Export command of Lotus Notes. You can select the options according to your need.
    Select the Outlook folder where you want to save your exported data and click Next.

    Select the given checkbox in the Import a file dialogue box and click Finish. You can also change your destination or map custom fields by clicking on the same name options.
    The data from the “CSV file” would be imported to “MS Outlook.”

    To learn more about Office 365 Tenant to Tenant Migration visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/tenant-to-tenant-migration-in-office-365

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    In Control Panel, click or double-click Mail.
    On the E-mail tab, select the Exchange account, and then click Change.
    Clear the Use Cached Exchange Mode check box.
    Click More Settings.
    On the Advanced tab, click Offline Folder File Settings.
    Click Disable Offline Use, and then in the dialog box that appears, click Yes.
    Again, click Offline Folder File Settings.
    Click OK.
    In the dialog box that appears, click Yes.
    Under Cached Exchange Mode Settings, select the Use Cached Exchange Mode check box.
    Click OK, click Next, and then click Finish.
    In the Account Settings and Mail Setup dialog boxes, click Close.

    To learn more about Office 365 Cloud Migration visit https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/office-365-migration/

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