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Import EML to Outlook

Import EML to Outlook
Imports emails from EML and EMLX files to the specified Outlook folder. It is possible to retain the original folder structure.
Version: 4.21 released on August 22, 2022.
(4.5 / 398 reviews)

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

Main features

  • Imports EML files into Outlook and Exchange Server folders and mailboxes.
  • Supports all major Outlook account types: Office 365, IMAP (Gmail), POP3, Exchange, Outlook.com.
  • Supports PST data files and Exchange Public Folders.
  • Retains the original folder structure, message headers, formatting, attachments.
  • Decodes Winmail.dat and other TNEF attachments.
  • Imports EML files into Outlook in bulk or on schedule from the command line.
Key benefits of the flexible utility settings:
  1. The utility saves all data from EML message files. In particular, it saves dates, recipient and sender addresses, subjects, Internet headers, attachments, message texts with HTML markup and pictures, etc.
  2. Our utility does not simply import emails - it does it right, unlike many other programs. When migrating, all mail headers are saved, including "Blind Carbon Copy" (BCC).
  3. The utility allows you to create an existing folder structure with EML files in Outlook. This enables you to quickly and painlessly move all mail from another email client or backup copy without losing data and folder structure.
  4. Additional filters allow you to move emails selectively. For example, you can only select messages with or without attachments and limit the size of the source EML files.
  5. Successfully imported EML files can be automatically moved to another folder on the disk, which prevents duplicate messages from being generated when you run the utility again on the same source folder.

Are there any restrictions on importing data from EML files to Outlook?

The advanved version of utility for importing EML files to Outlook doesn't impose any limitations when migrating messages. Specifically:

  • There are no limits on the number and size of the source EML files. All possible limits are only set by Outlook.
  • You can import any number of files and folders as many times as you like.
  • The tool supports the EML and EMLX formats of all existing email clients and systems.

How to import EML files periodically into Outlook on a scheduled basis?

The command line app included in the advanced version of the product and Windows Task Scheduler are used to periodically import email messages from EML to Outlook on schedule. You just need to set up a schedule for launching the utility automatically, using familiar built-in Windows tools. As a benefit, you don't need to manually log in to the user account to import EML into Outlook by schedule. This way makes it possible to use the utility in a variety of scenarios for automatically restoring or copying mail of many users from EML files.

How to import EML to Outlook from the command line?

The advanced version of the program provides the ability of mass-importing messages from EML to Outlook using scripts, batch files, Task Scheduler, PowerShell, and other automation tools. For that, use the command line app that is part of the product. A command line will help you to implement complex email migration scenarios. The automatic processing of multiple mailboxes and Office 365/Exchange Server Public Folders will be much faster when running multiple command line apps simultaneously. At the same time, a standalone launcher app imports EML/EMLX files into Outlook/Office365/Exchange without having to start Outlook.

Importing messages from EML files is often the only way to transfer mail from other email systems to Outlook. By moving all your mail to Outlook, you'll be more productive and avoid unnecessary errors. Use the command line app to import EML/EMLX files into users' mailboxes as a simple and reliable way for email migration of any scale.

Alexander Bashirian
“Utilized the eml importer. Excellent software thanks!”
Matthew Schuster
“Just needed it to import EML files, worked great!”
Daniel Blick
“Program worked perfectly! I have searched for weeks to find a free application to import .eml files into Outlook. Thank you very much!”
Mia Waelchi
“Used to import my old .eml files - worked a treat thank you.”

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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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