How to Transfer DBX files to Outlook 2007 or DBX to Outlook 2003? SysTools DBX Converter software easily Import Outlook Express into Outlook, DBX files to Outlook 2007 and DBX files to Outlook or thunderbird.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Users who use Outlook Express but want to convert their Outlook Express DBX files to PST because MS Outlook has some extra features like Calendars, tasks etc which helps you to create (Meeting workplace), provide you junk mail filter and soon. SysTools have launch a latest DBX Converter Software which is specially designed for all user either home users or office users which can easily transfer DBX Files into Outlook 2007. Our DBX to PST converter software is very effective tool to convert Outlook Express all Meta data into Outlook PST, RTF, EML and MSG files. Our DBX Converter Software you can easily convert email from Outlook Express into Outlook with all of email metadata information like(to, cc, bcc, from, sent and received date/time, attachments etc) and it also capable to convert all mail folders like as (inbox, outbox, sent items, deleted items, drafts etc). DBX to PST Conversion tool converts DBX files of Outlook Express 5.0, 6.0 and above. Software smoothly runs on Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/2003/Vista & Windows 7 Operating System. SysTools DBX Converter software also provides a Demo version which easily converts 10 items per folders. If you are comfortable with DBX to PST Conversion tool you can order full license version at very reasonable price for Personal License $69 and Business License $199 and import your all Outlook Express DBX files into .PST format.
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