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Office 365 Export Mailboxes to PST Using Office 365 to PST Tool


If you want to backup your Office 365 then you should this Office 365 backup software, This Office 365 to PST Converter tool easily works on windows. And it allows you to backup Office 365 emails, contacts, and calendar to PST, MSG, EML, EMLX, MBOX Gmail, IMAP Server, Exchange Server, or another O365 account.

This software provide data filter option, with which you can easily sort the Office 365 mailbox data by date, items type, etc. data filter option helps you to simply and easily selection of office 365 mailbox backup. Use it free demo version to analyze it features and features.

Use it free demo version to know more:- https://www.filesrecoverytools.com/blog/how-to-setup-office-365-mailboxes-archive-and-deletion-policies/
imrantahir 6 november 2020, 12:07
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0 adamsmith2309 January 21, 2021, 11:03
Hi all,

Try to convert Office 365 by Office 365 Backup Tool. It Backup office 365 mailboxes to PST, MSG, MBOX, HTML, EML, EMLX, MHTML, TXT. It also exports all Mailbox items of Office 365 to Gmail, Yahoo, etc.

Benefits of using this tool-

Naming convention option to rename resultant backup files
Easy to use and effective GUI
Give a detailed report of conversions for future purposes.

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