Migrate MBOX to Exchange Server – Free Tutorial

Mark Regan ~ September 9th, 2019 ~ Move Data

Have you ever though how to import MBOX to Exchange Server? It seems interesting but stuck at a point that how to perform MBOX to Exchange Server migration?

Mr. Daniel had discussed a bug-free solution to upload MBOX to MS Exchange Server directly.

Having the main focus on the data management, Daniel discussed on way to save .mbox files in Live Exchange Server. He said that even he had also faced such a situation where he was having multiple MBOX files that he wanted to import into Live Exchange Server.

After exploring several solutions I got a direct solution, i.e. MBOX Converter, he added.

He had shared his whole story with a precise solution that directly exports MBOX files to Live Exchange Server 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, etc.

When did you planned that you want to import MBOX to Exchange Server?

  • Teamwork always plays the main role in the present arena. For this teamwork, having proper communication is also significant.
  • MS Exchange Server marks it easy. As it offers the facility to accomplish team along with project communication also.  One can simply share all their data at a time with their team.
  • It permits users to get more ended from anyplace with inbox that stretches a clean and neat experience.
  • Having such profits by Microsoft Exchange Server, I decided to move all my firm’s data to MS Exchange Server.

How did you initiate the procedure to upload MBOX to Exchange Server?

Getting a perfect solution to implement data migration process was somehow a vital decision. As one inaccurate step can take me to data loss situation. I begin to explore for the procedure to import MBOX into MS Exchange Server.

While inspecting, I got that there no any manual procedure is there with which I can move my data from MBOX to Live Exchange Server.

Now, what to do?

On-going my research for the solution, I got MBOX to Exchange Software. The tool seems well-meant to migrate batch MBOX files to Live Exchange Server directly. I connected at their support to understand the tool in details.

The technical associate on support panel directed me throughout. She said to me that the software has free of cost demo version that I can utilize before purchasing tool. In a way to understand all software’s working, I utilized the demo of the software.

Let us check out the steps to perform the data migration procedure as mentioned below:

Download and run MBOX to Exchange Server Wizard on your Windows system.

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Step1 – Start BitRecover MBOX to Exchange Migration Tool and choose one option from Select Files or Select Folders for uploading mailbox files in the software GUI.

BitRecover MBOX to Exchange Migration Tool

Step2 – Select MBOX files from software panel and press Next button to continue.

Select MBOX files

Step3 – Choose Exchange as saving format as you can see in the desired screenshot.

Choose Exchange as saving format

Step4 – Enter Microsoft Exchange Server account details i.e. Domain / user name, password, server name, etc. The tool also provides I am admin option which is beneficial for importing .mbox files into specific MS Exchange Server user’s account.

account details

Step5 – The process to migrate MBOX to Exchange Server is running, it will take very less time which is depend on the size of database.

migrate MBOX to Exchange Server

Step 6 – After getting the message of completion, login to your Microsoft Exchange Server account and read MBOX files in Exchange Server.

Microsoft Exchange Server account

With this process, I import MBOX into Exchange Server account directly. It took a few moments to implement the migration procedure. The best thing I found is that no nay external application is the need and unlimited data can be easily migrated.

Finally! I must say that by utilizing a bug-free solution helps to implement direct migration from MBOX to MS Exchange Server. The utility is safe to execute the data migration process. Choosing a correct solution is much important in maintaining data.

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