Operating system: Windows
Publisher: ZOOK Software
Release : ZOOK DBX to EMLX Converter 3.0
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Last revision: Last week
ZOOK DBX to EMLX Converter for Windows is software that allows users to converts Outlook DBX formatted files to Mac Mail EMLX formatted files. It does this by removing the Outlook Express emails that are in DBX format and moving them to Mac Mail, which uses the EMLX format. When the emails are moved, all attachments (images and documents) and data go with them, so nothing is lost. And the original size of the data stays the same after the conversion. That means the email's meta-properties stay the same, so the "to and from," subject, size, and more are all maintained. ZOOK also supports batch conversion of numerous EML files that move with their embedded data, so you don't need to do each email individually or perform the same process multiple times. ZOOK allows users to select either multiple files or single files to convert, all saved onto your system.
What's nice about ZOOK is it will auto-detect the DBX files on your PC that need to be converted by searching the root folder, so you do not need to remember where everything is kept on your computer. ZOOK allows users to maintain the original file names automatically, or they can save the EMLX under a different file or folder name. Users can also select specific files they want to be converted, so if not everything is moving over, you can customize what you want to be done.
ZOOK DBX to EMLX Converter also offers a free trial version to interested parties. However, it only permits users to convert 50 emails before they need to buy the software. But it is a good amount to test ZOOK to find out if it is what you want.
Automatic, easy to use software for people converting files from one system to anotherFeatures:
To use ZOOK, some system requirements are fairly standard. It requires a minimum of 1 GHz processor, a recommended 1GB RAM (but 512 MB will work too), and 50 MB of free space on your hard disk to install the software.
As far as the MAC is concerned, ZOOK Converter supports a bunch of different Apple Mail editions and clients, so there are no issues there.