New improvements, fixes and functionality extension. Special Thhunderbird extractor module for Thunderbird to EML conversion.
The new mode expands the Thunderbird to Outlook Transfer tool functionality by adding the capability to export Thunderbird messages to email files of EML format. Such *.eml files can be imported then to IncrediMail, Live Mail, Mac Mail, Outlook Express or another compatible email client application. To enable the new mode just select “Export to EML Files” from the text menu called “Mode“.
- Thunderbird to EML conversion option to extract emails and save them into EML files.
- The new fully functional Directory selection dialog were implemented.
- We were forced to enable the restriction which allows to use the network sources only to Enterprise users. Sorry about this it should be done to protect our intellectual property from unauthorized use.
- Setup module now checking the system requirements and informing the user if something wrong.
- Fixed the incorrect behaviour of the registration field that disappeared for expired licenses until restart.
- Removed the elevation for the Admin privileges for the main module.
- Fixed the wrong appearance of the pop-up menu item called “Toggle“.
It is how the Thunderbird to EML conversion can be performed:
- Run the Thunderbird to Outlook Transfer utility.
- Choose the “Export to EML Files” mode from the text menu called “Mode”.
- Use the browse button (…) to and select the source location of Thunderbird data files (see the main instruction for details).
- Press the “Find Storages” button to have the tool scan for source *.msf files and display Thunderbird folder names in the “Email Containers” area.
- Click “Save EML” button.
- A new dialog will open that will allow you to select a destination folder for your emails messages
- Once confirmed, the program will start the email export process. The log area in the lower part of the window will be filled with the names of processed and saved files.
Emails will be saved to the selected directory according with the Thunderbird folders structure. Later you may use saved *.eml files to import them to Live Mail, IncrediMail or even Mac Mail.