MailsDaddy OST to Office 365 Migration Tool

MailsDaddy OST to Office 365 Migration Tool supports the inaccessible or damaged Outlook OST file, recovers them, and then moves OST to Exchange Online. It is also compatible with any offline, Hotmail, Exchange Server, and IMAP OSTs to the O365 account. One can easily download this OST to Office 365 converter and upload OST data file to Exchange Online using its simple graphical user interface. It offers users the direct method to migrate On-Premise OST to O365. It is Windows-based software with varied features to execute an error-free OST data conversion process to Office 365 Online Archive, Primary, and Shared mailbox.

A well-developed utility to perform a customize OST to O365 data conversion. The Free edition of the application helps users to migrate the top 20 data of each folder or the OST mailbox.

To know more about this useful tool, one can make use of this demo:
ShikhaLal 25 july 2020, 12:03
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0 kewara7684 November 2, 2020, 5:04
With this OST to Office 365 Migration Tool, you can easily convert your OST file data into Office 365 account. With the help of this program, you can move an unlimited number of mailboxes from the OST file to the Exchange Online account by using the bulk mode conversion option. It also enables the users to Import OST to Office 365 in a few steps. This software is 100% safe and protected which enables us to sustain the data hierarchy while conversion.

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