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Import PST to Outlook

Import PST to Outlook
Imports PST data files into Office 365, Exchange Server, Gmail, and other Outlook accounts.
Version: 4.21 released on August 22, 2022.
(4.7 / 116 reviews)

Import PST to Outlook
"Import PST to Outlook" has an advanced version

You might need to use a special program if you want to import one or more PST files to Outlook, Office 365, or Exchange Server. This utility connects the PST file to the selected Outlook profile and copies the data from the connected data file to your chosen location. You will require it if you have a lot of PST files, which you need to import by one or more users, or you often have to deal with such problems.

Why import PST files?

  • If you want to copy or move Outlook data from one account to another.
  • If you want to copy or move Outlook data from one computer to another.
  • If you want to copy or move Outlook data between local folders, Exchange Server, Office 365, Gmail or other IMAP/POP3 accounts.

You can import PST files:

  • to Office 365 and Exchange Server mailboxes;
  • to archive and shared Office 365 and Exchange mailboxes;
  • to Office 365 and Exchange Public Folders;
  • to any other mailboxes, data files, and Outlook stores.

Import email and other Outlook items with attachments

This utility imports the mail carefully from PST files with all message attachments allowing you to migrate your mailboxes correctly to any Outlook account. The PST file data, such as messages, contacts, appointments and meetings, tasks, notes, and journal entries, will be copied correctly to a new location, including any attachments and pictures.

Migration of PST files to Office 365 is completely safe

When copying PST files to Office 365 accounts, you will need a working Outlook profile. At the same time, you do not need to enter your account credentials into third-party programs, much less specify them on an external service. If you import PST files into your account, you will only need the current user permissions. If you import PST files into other users' mailboxes, you will need the Full Access rights to the corresponding mailboxes.

Skip the previously imported items

If you have already imported PST files and want to re-import the PST file with the updated data, you can optionally skip the already imported items. This way, no duplicates will appear on the new import.

Additional import filters

You can set additional filters when copying data from PST files to Outlook mailboxes. Moreover, additional filters can limit the date range, the type of Outlook items (messages, contacts, tasks, calendar items, notes, journal entries, etc.), and also ignore the "Deleted Items" folder. By using these filters, you will significantly reduce the time to transfer data from the PST file and save space in your mailbox.

Use macros when importing PST to Outlook

The program imports one PST file or folder with PST files. If you use macros, the utility can create a new folder structure during import. For example, you can import each PST file into a separate folder or automatically create folders by year, sender and recipient addresses, folder names, parts of message subjects, or any other fields present in the Outlook items being imported.

Import PST files into Office 365 and Exchange Public Folders

You can import PST files into the Public Folders of your Office 365 or Exchange Server account. You can select Public Folder as a destination to copy data from PST files. It is also possible to import PST files into shared mailboxes connected to the specified Outlook profile.

Import PST files into Archive mailboxes

This tool allows users and administrators to import PST files into Exchange and Office 365 Online Archive mailboxes. You can select any folder in the archive mailbox as a destination folder where you want to create the required folder structure from the imported PST files. For example, by using macros, you can automatically sort mail by year.

Batch import of PST files into Outlook, Office 365 or Exchange

You can import PST files to Outlook, Office 365, or Exchange Server using the Windows command line console application. This app allows you to create complex scenarios to migrate PST files into user mailboxes at once. These tasks can be run these tasks on a schedule using the Windows Task Scheduler. It is useful to list PST files in advance, and indicate where to import them and with what parameters in the command line. You can specify the original location of PST files, which mailboxes and which folders you want to import them to, for which users, for what period, what to do with duplicates and other settings.

Fast PST import using parallel execution

If you want to import PST into mailboxes or shared and Public Folders of your Outlook, Office 365, or Exchange accounts, the command line app will help you accomplish this task. This app allows you to run multiple copies of the program simultaneously. All running programs execute separately and can work in parallel to quickly complete the job.

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* This utility is for non-commercial home use only. It will not run in domain enviroment. Some of the described features and support for domain enviroment are available in advanced version of the utility only. Free version may have additional limitations.


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