Monday, 4 January 2016

Free PST to Thunderbird Converter

Here we will guide you through an exciting process which the PST to Thunderbird Converter will perform for you in a matter of minutes! 

The process itself stands for Excellency and surprising results. We will guide you through all the necessary steps you need to take in order to convert PST to Thunderbird, everything in due time and with a high success rate using the PST to thunderbird converter.

Firstly, you need to launch your PST to Thunderbird Converter tool and “think” which of the following items listed you want to convert. After you have selected everything you need, simply choose the format in which you want them to be converted: .EML, .ics, Vcf or .mbox etc.

After choosing the desired format, you need to click the “Start” button.
Now, you will need to launch Thunderbird application to convert PST to Thunderbird. After it is launched, go to Application Menu, then Tool and finally Add-ons. Next, within the Thunderbird Main window you have the Tool button, click it. A list will appear, choose "Install Add-on From File…"
After the download is complete, install it and after that re-launch Thunderbird. Now you are almost close to convert PST to thunderbird.
As a third step, you need to access “Local Folders” by right clicking it. Now you have to choose “New Folder” and rename it as you wish, for instance “Import”. Now simply select the folder. Next go to Application Menu then Tools then Import Export Tools and finally go to Import EML file. A window will automatically open, you need to choose its last option which is Select a directory where searching the .EML files to import (also in subdirectories) and lastly press the “OK” button. This way you can easily use the PST to thunderbird converter.
A list of folders will appear, you need to select the one which has EML files and then simply click “Open”. Now the process of importing has begun, your EML files will be imported one by one. A configuration window may open, simply “check” the “do not ask again” option.