Converting Mail Enable .MAI Raw files or Folders to Outlook .PST files

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grahamdms
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Converting Mail Enable .MAI Raw files or Folders to Outlook .PST files

Post by grahamdms » Tue Sep 07, 2021 5:39 pm

Hi there,

So we came across a situation where we had a client with over 75gbs of email data in Our Mail server configured as activesync. :oops:
Webmail stopped loading, due to the size of the email account im assuming. :evil:

We were trying to use outlook to migrate the data out into a .pst
BUT outlook turns grey and keeps crashing and freezing. After 2 days of this we finally decided to start looking for Tools or data convertors.

So we found this . We downloaded the trial and attempted a export and it WORKED! and fast as well.

https://www.recoverytools.com/mailenable/migrator/buy.html

We purchased the $500 copy. Lifetime license. We were then able to open the exported .pst's into outlook without any issue.

Again this was to convert a 70gb email account from the mail servers raw data into an outlook.pst file.

Hopefully this helps someone out there.

Thanks

Graham - DMS
www.dmsservices.ca


- below is the version we purchased.

Migration

Suitable for Enterprise Use
Valid for All Machines

Convert Unlimited Mailboxes
Batch Conversion Support
Lifetime License
Free 24x7 Support
Saving Options :
PST, MSG, EML, EMLX, TXT, MBOX, HTML, MHT, XPS, RTF, DOC, Windows Live Mail, ICS, VCARD, CSV, PDF, Lotus Notes, Zimbra, Maildir, Thunderbird, OLM, Office 365, Outlook.com, Exchange Server, Gmail, GSuite, Yahoo, IMAP

Skandiacloud Hosting
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Re: Converting Mail Enable .MAI Raw files or Folders to Outlook .PST files

Post by Skandiacloud Hosting » Wed Sep 08, 2021 9:05 am

That is damn nice!

grahamdms
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Re: Converting Mail Enable .MAI Raw files or Folders to Outlook .PST files

Post by grahamdms » Wed Sep 08, 2021 1:08 pm

I thought so! 🙂

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