Written By Mithilesh Kr Tata
Updated on August 21st, 2018
Nowadays, Thunderbird and Outlook are demanding email clients in business activities. Though, the Outlook is suitable for the professionals of organizations. It is preferable for both small and large companies’ management and budget. On the other hand, Thunderbird is suitable for personal purposes. The Mozilla Thunderbird is free of cost and the Outlook is paid software.
Because of distinct features and easy user interface the Outlook is more preferred over Thunderbird in business emailing. Due to these reasons sometimes there is a need for exporting Thunderbird to MS Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, and 2002.
So, let’s move forward to find different ways for migration.
Perform the configuration of your Gmail account to Thunderbird utilizing IMAP. For this you can follow these steps:
Here, your Account has been configured with Gmail to Thunderbird.
The next step is to make a folder in the Gmail account. Transfer your data from Thunderbird to Gmail during the fetching of data from Thunderbird.
Confirm whether all the data is transferred to Gmail account or not. If all data is transferred, configure MS Outlook to Gmail with IMAP server.
Then you can download all the data from Gmail.
Cons: The above technique is easy but not reliable for exporting.
Cons: This method is free and easy. In the case of large data or folders, it can take a long time to complete the conversion process.
As in the above discussion, we found some demerits in both methods. It is also not certain whether the complete data will be exported or not. To get the better solution there is alternate solution Aryson MBOX to PST Converter. It can export emails from Thunderbird to MS Outlook. It also maintains the originality of data which are converted from MBOX to PST file format.
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