SysInfoTools is one of the leading software company of India inventing distinctive email migration and recovery software. The company believes to sort out the day to day problems faced by the email application users.
Today it has announced the release of new and unique software known as Maildir Converter Tool. This tool converts Maildir folders and sub-folders into other formats like Outlook PST, HTML, EML, PDF, and MBOX. Having a simple GUI makes it unique and user-friendly. A novice user can run this tool too.
But first, grab some knowledge about Maildir files. It acts as a directory in many emails applications where all messages and data items are stored with a unique name. In a layman term this file stores the details of all emails in a structured format.
Now it is clear that how much important Maildir Converter tool is. It also converts Maildir and Maildir++ files in bulk. It ferries over the subdirectories like a cur, tmp and new to MS Outlook.
The user can preview emails attachments and other details as well before conversion. The Date range feature is formed to select the Maildir files on the basis of dates. The duplicates usually increase the file size and thus increase the risk of corruption. This can be sorted out with the help of this professional tool.
Just fill up the To, From, Subject or Date and remove the duplicates from the Maildir files. If the PST file size exceeds its limits then this tool can split it as well.
Basically, the company is glad to launch such a tool which converts Maildir file MBOX, PST, and other formats. It is even compatible with Linux mails like dovecot, mutt, MPOP, etc.
The chairman of Sysinfotools said, “First try the demo version and convert 50 Maildir files for free after which you’ll become impatient to buy the full version”.
Well, this means that it is a genuine and efficient software. It encounters any issue related to Maildir file of an email client application.
For more info: https://www.sysinfotools.com/maildir-converter.php
Company :-SysInfoTools Software
User :- Amilie Wilson