Kernel Import PST to Office 365
|Import PST to Office 365|
Kernel Import PST to Office 365 is a shareware tool that allows users to import multiple Outlook data files to Office 365 easily. However, its capabilities are not only limited to Office 365; users can also import PST files to Exchange (on-premises & hosted), and archive mailbox and public folders with the help of this tool. This tool can import all the items of a PST file, such as Contacts, Calendars, Emails, etc. while maintaining the original hierarchy of the data. The graphical user interface of this tool makes it so simpler to use that users don’t have to read any instructions to import their Outlook file.
The working process of the tool consist only four steps; Add the Outlook file, Add the Office 365 Account, Map the files to mailboxes, and import the files. With the help of this utility, any user who has an Office 365 account can import their Outlook files to the mailbox with their valid login credentials.
Kernel Import PST to Office 365 offers some great features to its individual, which includes;
Import Outlook File to Multiple Mailboxes
This tool allows users to migrate Outlook files (OST/PST) to multiple mailboxes in a single attempt. Users must have a Global administration credentials account to migrate multiple mailboxes. With the help of this tool, mapping of PST files to different mailboxes can also be done.
Advanced Filtering Options
The extensive filtering option of the tool helps users to filter the Outlook data files before importing it to Office 365 mailbox. Various filtering options allow you to select only desired folders, apply a date filter, Item type filter, exclude the empty and deleted folders, create a new folder where you can save all data hierarchy, set a time limit for larger emails, and skip already migrated items.
Save The Log Report
Once the importing process of Outlook file is complete, the user can save the log report in a CSV format to analyze the whole process. In this report, you can check the migrated status of each item and location of its destination folder.