ZOOK DBX to EMLX Converter for Windows is software that allows users to converts Outlook DBX formatted files to Mac Mail EMLX formatted files. Exchange users who are using Outlook Express that do not convert to IMAP are moved into Mac Mail. When moving emails, all attachments (images or documents) and data are lost, but the original size of the data will remain the same once the exchange has taken place. In other words, the meta- section of email represents the address of the email.Due to its consistency, many properties remain the same. The address becomes a "to and from" address; the subject and size become larger. By batchconverting hundreds of EML files with embedded data, ZOOK lets you save a lot of time, eliminate all repetitive activity and ensure all emails arrive fresh with no batch conversion. You can either select multiple files or single files to be converted, all saved to your computer.
ZOOK can provide auto-forward options.As DBX files are found on your PC when you search its root folder, eliminating a need to remember where everything is stored, you don't have to worry about remembering passwords. Alternatively, ZOOK customers may save the EMLX as an individual file named under a separate folder or file name. Select a specific file from your user input list to be converted, so no matter how quickly you proceed, you can alter your selection if not completely.
ZOOK DBX to EMLX Converter also offers a free trial version to interested parties. The software enables the user to convert 50 emails prior to purchasing it. In order to get to the bottom of whether ZOOK works for you, however, it's a good amount of testing.
Automatic, easy to use software for people converting files from one system to anotherFeatures:
Some system requirements can be quite simple to follow. It requires at most one GHz processor, one 1GB RAM (but 512 MB will go good), and 50 MB on your hard drive for installation.
The ZOOK Converter app has a bunch of Apple Mail editions and clients for the Mac OS, so no issues with the client are reported.