How to move from Windows Live mail to Outlook Mail?

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I recentaly use Windows Live mail but now want to move in Outlook mail ,I have a large bunch of mail in my Windwos mail it's really important for so i want to move these mails in Outlook how this maybe possible please help?

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Thu, 04/25/2013 - 07:13

4 Answers for "How to move from Windows Live mail to Outlook Mail?"


You can very easily convert your Windows Live mail into Outlook PST Files with the help of a converter Tool of EML to PST,There are several tool available one of them is Kernel for EML to PST Converter tool,You can try this tool from here

You should use This tool is fully capable of recovering the corrupt or damaged PST files without any original data loss.

Regain EML to PST Converter software is an excellent tool for Windows Live Mail to PST Conversion. It uses efficient and powerful technology for EML to PST data migration.This helps you access the data belonging to EML-supporting email clients like Apple Mail, Entourage, Thunderbird, etc. Advance Features Batch Export of EML file into PST and MSG format. Convert Quick and Safe Mode. Easily Load EML files. Support Multiple EML Platforms. in Windows based MS Outlook by converting email files in batch to single PST file.

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To move from Windows Live mail to Outlook Mail, take help of this EML to PST Converter which can convert EML Data from WLM, Windows Mail, Outlook Express etc.

And some features of this application :

- It extracts all the essential email components like To, Bcc, Cc, Sent, From, Received, Attachments, etc.

- Designed with Easy-to-use, interactive and self descriptive GUI features.

- This tool converts the EML files into UNICODE PST format, which you can open in MS Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2013 & Outlook 2016.

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