OutlookImport.com, a leading international supplier of data conversion tools for popular mainstream software, releases a new version of Outlook Export Wizard, one of the company’s best-selling products. The program is intended for users seeking a simple and fast solution for transferring Outlook emails and other items into intermediate formats for further import, processing, publishing online or archiving.
The interface of the program has been adapted for users who don’t know how to export Outlook data and have no special knowledge, skills or expertise. The new release features multiple improvements in the data conversion engine that enable the program to process large email archives quicker than ever. http://www.outlookexportwizard.com/
Outlook Export Wizard offers a number of data export features, including the selection of destination formats for different object types, recreation of the structure of Outlook mail folders on the hard drive, and item filtering based on size, presence of attachments and date of creation.
The software is fully compatible with all versions of Microsoft Outlook, including its 64-bit version, and does not require any additional components to be downloaded from the web.
“We are proud to present a major update of Outlook Export Wizard, a must-have tool for anyone who doesn’t know how to export Outlook data to other formats,” commented
The demo version of the program can be downloaded from the official website: http://www.outlookimport.com/download/
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