Zimbra Mailbox Converterby Bella Swan I am technical analyst in a software company
Zimbra Mail Converter to convert Zimbra Mailbox to PST, PDF, MBOX, EML, MSG, EMLX, NSF, VCF, CSV & ICS including all attachments on all Windows OS editions. Recommended Features
- Easy to operate on all Windows (32-bit and 64-bit) OS editions.
- Provides separate option to convert Zimbra contacts and calendars to VCF/CSV and ICS
- Zimbra installation is not required for converting Zimbra data to different format
- Both - Single and Batch files conversion process are suitable
- Offers preview facility for better conversion of Zimbra mailbox to other format
Review on Zimbra Mailbox ConverterZimbra Mail Converter An instant solution for converting Zimbra data to number of popular file formats such as PST, PDF, MBOX, EML, MSG, EMLX, NSF, VCF, CSV and ICS. The software is an amazing solution that is capable to convert all type of data from Zimbra mailbox like emails, calendars, address book, briefcase, notes, tasks, attachments, etc. in exact form to desired format. With Zimbra Mail Converter users can convert Zimbra mailbox to Outlook, Office 365, Exchange and Google Apps along with all mails, meta-data and formatting. The Zimbra Mail Converter comes with so many advance features that helps users to easily extract mails from Zimbra folder to other format. It provides preview facility that helps users to check the selected Zimbra items before converting them and it can efficiently works even without Zimbra installation. The Zimbra Mail Converter is a Windows based email program that is supportable with all Windows OS platforms such as Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, XP, Vista, etc. Using this application users gets two conversion options Single file conversion and Batch files conversion for converting Zimbra TGZ files to required file format. The program gives separate options for users to convert Zimbra contacts to VCF/CSV and Zimbra calendars to ICS.
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