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Save Emails from Messages  
Extracts email addresses from Outlook email messages to a text file. Save Emails from Messages
Save Emails from Messages to Contact Group  
Extracts sender and recipient email addresses from Outlook emails to the selected contact group. Save Emails from Messages to Contact Group
Save Emails from Messages to Contacts  
Extracts sender and recipient email addresses from Outlook emails to the selected contact folder. Save Emails from Messages to Contacts
Save Field Values from EML  
Extracts specified properties (including Internet headers) from EML files to plain text files. Save Field Values from EML
Save Field Values from MSG  
Extracts specified properties (including Internet headers) from Outlook MSG files to plain text files. Save Field Values from MSG
Save Folder Properties  
Saves specified properties from Outlook folders to a text file. Save Folder Properties
Save Outlook Item Fields  
Extracts values of specified properties (including Internet headers) from various Outlook items to plain text files. Save Outlook Item Fields
Save Store Properties  
Saves specified properties from mailboxes, data files and other Outlook stores to the text file. Save Store Properties
Save URLs  
Extracts hyperlinks from Outlook email texts to a text file. Save URLs
Send Email Message  
Sends email message using custom recipients and subject or using template. Send Email Message
Send Messages Personally  
Sends Outlook emails to multiple recipients individually. Separate message is created for each of the recipients. Send Messages Personally
Set Default Folder  
Changes location of Outlook system folders like Archive, Drafts, Contacts, Tasks, etc. Set Default Folder
Set Field Value  
Sets specified property (including Internet headers) value of Outlook items. Set Field Value
Set Folder AutoArchive Settings  
Enables, disables or configures AutoArchive settings for Outlook folders. Set Folder AutoArchive Settings
Set Folder Permissions  
Configures folder permissions for selected users. Set Folder Permissions
Set Folder Property  
Sets the value of the specified Outlook folder's property. Set Folder Property
Set Message Archiving Settings  
Enables, disables or configures AutoArchive settings and expiration dates for Outlook emails. Set Message Archiving Settings
Set Store Property  
Sets the value of the specified Outlook mailbox, data file and other store property. Set Store Property
Sort Message Recipients  
Removes duplicate recipients from Outlook. Sorts message recipients alphabetically. Allows to expand recipient groups and remove duplicate addresses. Sort Message Recipients
Split Outlook Store  
Splits large Outlook mailboxes, data files and other stores into several smaller PST files. Split Outlook Store
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EML vs MBOX File Format
This article will look at the two most common formats for saving single emails or an entire mailbox folder in separate files. Let's see what the difference is between EML and MBOX and how to change one format to the other.

PST vs MSG File Format
The email file format can vary. It depends primarily on the email client where the files are created. But even the same email client can use different file types, depending on the content. Let's see what is the difference between MSG and PST, the two main Microsoft Outlook file formats, and how you can change one format to the other.

MSG vs MBOX File Format
Files for saving email messages and other data from the mailbox differ in format. The file format you choose depends on your file contents and email client. Let's take a look at two of them: Outlook MSG and MBOX.

PST vs EML File Format
Let's look at the difference between EML and PST, two well-known email formats, and see how you can change one format to the other, if necessary.

MBOX vs PST File Format
Different email clients use different data file types to save and migrate the mail. Two of the most well-known file formats for working with message databases are MBOX and PST. Let's see how these data files differ and how you can change one format to another.

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