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    Peter commented  · 

    Method 1: Using Microsoft Outlook
    1. Go to the folder where your EML files are stored.
    2. Right-click on the EML file that you want to import in Outlook.
    3. Once the explorer menu opens, go to Open With option and then select Outlook to open EML files.
    4. When the EML file opens, expand the Move option and select the folder in which you want to import the EML file.

    Method 2: Using Windows Live Mail
    1. Launch both Windows Live Mail and Microsoft Outlook on your system.
    2. Then, go to Windows Live Mail and click on the File button >> Export Email >> Email Messages.
    3. In the Windows Live Mail Export window, select Microsoft Exchange as the export format.
    4. You will then get this pop-up where it will display that your emails will be exported to Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.
    5. The window will now show you the list of folders that you want to export (Suitable for selective folders export). You can also import all folders from WLM.
    6. Click on OK button to start the export process. Once, it is done, you will get the completion message as shown below.

    Regards,
    Peter

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    Peter commented  · 

    Convert OST to PST Manually

    - Open Outlook and go to the File menu.
    - Select the Import/Export option.
    - Choose Export to a file.
    - Select Outlook Data File (.pst)
    - Choose whether to export a specific folder or the whole account.
    - Check the Include subfolders box.
    - Next, select a destination for the Export, and then click Finish.

    Greetings,
    Peter

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    Peter commented  · 

    Steps:
    Step 1: Import mailbox data into Apple mail
    - Run Apple mail in your system.
    - Go to File >> Import mailbox option.
    - Now select the source of the MBOX file and click continue.
    - On browse location, choose MBOX file then click continue.
    - After the import process complete, click done.

    Step 2: Create mailbox using Eudora
    - Add the MBOX file extension to the file that is imported. For example, ABCMBOX needs to be changed to abcMBOX.mbx
    - Move this to the Eudora directory. The default location of the file: “C: Documents and Settings user >> Application Data\Qualcomm\Eudora”
    - Then, Open Eudora and double-click on ABCMBOX.mbx and Close the application.

    Step 3: Import mailbox using Outlook Express:
    - Launch Outlook Express.
    - Now, Go to File >>Import >>Messages.
    - Choose Eudora from the list of email applications and then choose Next.
    - Now, browse the location to select the ‘.mbox’ file and click on OK. Finally, click on Next>>Next >>Finish
    In Outlook Express, the imported data can be used in the Local Folders

    Step4: Import Mailbox from Outlook express to MS Outlook
    To run into PST file format please ensure that MS Outlook is properly installed
    - Open MS outlook to export files.
    - Now, Go to the File>>import and export option.
    - Select import from “another file and folder” after which select next.
    - Next, choose Import Internet Mail and Addresses and click on Next
    - Select “Outlook Express 4.x, 5.x, 6.x, or window mail”. Click next
    - Select the file to import and export from the browser option and click next
    - Select to finish after the process completed.
    - The user can find the imported mailbox in your Outlook client.

    Hope This Helps,
    Peter

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    Peter commented  · 

    Solution: Export PST from Office 365 Via eDiscovery Method
    - First of all, login to the Exchange Admin Center using the credentials of Office 365 account.
    - Then select Permissions >> Admin Roles >> Discovery Management >> Mailbox Import Export and click Save.
    - Then, select Compliance Management and click in-place eDiscovery & hold >> New(+).
    - Under In-place eDiscovery & hold wizard, enter the Name and Description and click Next.
    - Now to export PST from Office 365, choose the desired Mailboxes option.
    - Under Search Query wizard, select the required filters and click on the Next button.
    - From the In-Place Hold Settings wizard, mention the number of days for the data items to be preserved, before getting deleted from the server.
    - Then, click Finish to export Office 365 emails into PST file.
    - After that, all the generated search are listed. Then, click Preview search results.
    - After that, click Download to export the PST files to the desktop PC.
    - Now, run the security warning when the dialog box is appeared.
    - From eDiscovery PST Export Tool dialog box, select the desired location in which the exported PST file will be saved.
    - Then, click Start to begin the process i.e., to export Office 365 mailbox to PST.
    - Now, enter the credentials of Office 365 account and click OK.
    - After successful completion of the process, click on the Close button.

    This May Help,
    Peter

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    Peter commented  · 

    Manual Method to Convert NSF Files into PST Files

    - Export NSF files from Lotus Notes to an intermediate CSV file
    - Import the intermediate CSV file into MS Outlook

    Step I: Export NSF Files to CSV

    -- 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

    -- 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.”

    This May Help,

    Peter

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    Peter commented  · 

    Method to Solve the issue:

    - Open the File Explorer and navigate to one of the following folders: (32-bit)
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\(Your Office version) (64-bit)
    C:\Program Files x86\Microsoft Office\(Your Office version)

    - In this folder, look for the SCANPST.EXE file and right-click on it, then select Open.

    - Click on the Browse icon and navigate to the folder that matches your operating system: (Windows Vista & up)
    C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook (Windows XP)
    C:\ Documents and Settings\user\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook

    - Select the Outlook.pst file and click OK.

    - Click on the Start button to begin the repair process. Once it has finished, try launching Outlook once again.

    This May Work,
    Peter

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    Peter commented  · 

    Solution to fix Outlook Error 0x800ccc67

    - Disable your antivirus software temporarily.
    - Configure Windows or your third-party antivirus Firewall.
    - Troubleshoot Outlook in safe mode.
    - Create a new Outlook profile.
    - Repair .pst file.
    - Repair Microsoft Office.

    Greetings,
    Peter G

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    Peter commented  · 

    This process is of four steps:

    - Setting up an IMAP account mail
    - Use of IMAP mail account to establish Outlook for Mac
    - Transferring emails from Outlook mail to IMAP mail.
    - IMAP account synchronization with Windows MS Outlook.

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    Peter G
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