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Import Auto-Complete List  
Imports Outlook autocomplete list cache from NK2 or XML file to the specified Outlook 2010-2019/365 mailbox or data file. Import Auto-Complete List
Import Calendar from MSG  
Imports appointments and meetings from MSG files to the specified Outlook calendar folder. It is possible to retain the original folder structure. Import Calendar from MSG
Import Contacts from Auto-Complete Files  
Imports Outlook contacts from NK2, DAT or XML autocomplete list cache files into the specified folder. Import Contacts from Auto-Complete Files
Import Contacts from MSG  
Imports Outlook contacts from MSG files to the specified folder. It is possible to retain the original folder structure. Import Contacts from MSG
Import Documents and Files  
Imports documents, images and other files to the specified Outlook folder. It is possible to retain the original folder structure. Import Documents and Files
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. Import EML to Outlook
Import Folder Structure  
Imports Outlook folder structure with permissions from XML file. Import Folder Structure
Import Journal from MSG  
Imports Outlook journal entries from MSG files to the specified folder. It is possible to retain the original folder structure. Import Journal from MSG
Import Master Category List  
Imports Outlook Master Category List from XML file. Import Master Category List
Import MBOX to Outlook  
Imports emails from MBOX files to the specified Outlook folder. It is possible to retain the original folder structure. Import MBOX to Outlook
Import Messages from MSG  
Imports emails from MSG files to the specified Outlook folder. It is possible to retain the original folder structure. Import Messages from MSG
Import Notes from MSG  
Imports Outlook notes from MSG files to the specified folder. It is possible to retain the original folder structure. Import Notes from MSG
Import Notes from Text  
Imports Outlook notes from plain text files to the specified folder retaining the original folder structure. Import Notes from Text
Import PST to Outlook  
Imports PST data files into Office 365, Exchange Server, Gmail, and other Outlook accounts. Import PST to Outlook
Import Tasks from MSG  
Imports Outlook tasks from MSG files to the specified folder. It is possible to retain the original folder structure. Import Tasks from MSG

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