Easy Email Migration Tool for Everyday Users

Everyone who has been working with the Outlook emailing client for a long time is well acquainted with the PST file format. This is a local copy of mail account that is connected to the MS Outlook client. It stores all messages from the post-box, contacts, appointments, reminders, notes, calendars, as well as other information necessary to restore an account. For example, it may be vital on another PC or after reinstalling the operating system.

It is important that in case of problems with the Internet connection or due to technical problems on the server itself, you will be able to connect to the mail server. Since the OST file becomes inaccessible directly from MS Outlook, it does not have built-in functionality of reading these types of files. For this reason, some users may need to convert data files to .PST format, which can be read without problems by Microsoft email client.

The Outlook Transfer

An easy-to-use convenient Email Conversion Software for Migration to Outlook can be found by visiting outlooktransfer.com where you can browse all the proper information about the developer and functionality. Using this application you can solve the following tasks:

  1. Perform fast migration from IncrediMail, Gmail, The Bat! and other mailing clients to MS Outlook;
  2.  Convert file formats;
  3.  Store files without using additional space.

Additionally, the following features of the service make the usage as convenient as possible:

  • An active Internet connection is not required;
  • To export data to a .PST file, you must have installed Microsoft Outlook;
  • No restrictions on the number and size of files.

How Does It Work?

First, you need to download the installation file of the program from the official website of the developer and follow the instructions of the wizard.

Actually, there is not always a computer or laptop with installed MS Outlook nearby. However, if you purchase an annual license for corporate usage – you will take even more from this tool, as you can use the service and convert files in just a few simple steps, having almost any device with a browser and Internet connection in your office.

About our clients

The company highly appreciates its regular clients providing them with top-level service for MS Outlook. The leading companies and universities including Harvard, Florida National University, National Archives, and many others give their preference to Outlook Transfer. However, every new client is very much welcome to join the group of happy customers.

About the company

GlexSoft is a Canadian company, developing high-quality conversion tools for a wide range of clients. It has an own line of products for popular mailing clients and is open for cooperation.

Do you have any questions regarding email migration? Do not hesitate to reach our experts in comments.

Film Review “Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone”

Director: Lev Anderson and Chris Metzler
Starring: Fishbone
Pale Griot Films
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 1 hr 47 minutes

Our Score: 5 out of 5 stars

“Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone” directed by Lev Anderson and Chris Metzler is a documentary film chronicling the legendary black punk/ska band Fishbone. The film spans the bands entire career and is filled with performance footage both new and old. Combined with archival footage and candid interviews with both the band as and fans of the group including Gwen Stefani, Ice-T and Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. To top off this already stellar production the film is packed with colorful animation and is narrated by none other than actor Laurence Fishburne.

I have been a fan of Fishbone since first being exposed to the group during their energetic appearance in the 1987 cult classic “Back to the Beach” which starred Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. Upon hearing that someone was going to be brave enough to tackle the feet of telling this bands story I was instantly drawn in. Chris Metzler and Lev Anderson left no stone unturned no matter how sensitive the issue may have been. I felt this only added to the films appeal. I really enjoyed the films soundtrack which featured a slew of Fishbone staples. However I think what really impressed me the most about the film was the animation and still art which was heavily featured throughout the film. These visual elements really brought something different to the film and added a new take to documentary film making.

Even if you have no idea who Fishbone is I still highly recommend watching or picking up a copy of “Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone”. It is much more than just a documentary about the career and struggles of your not so typical rock and roll band. It is a must for all music fans.