How to Transfer Outlook Express to Outlook 2013 on New Computer

Outlook Express is different application from MS Outlook. The two programs don’t share common code, but share common philosophy. The Outlook Express is not a stripped down variant of MS Outlook as its name shows. It stored email messages with .dbx file extension, each file contains all of the messages in a separate folder, such as Inbox.dbx. It can filter incoming messages. Its messages can’t be stored on server because it is designed for single computer.

Outlook is Microsoft’s email client, it is the single application which is integrated in Microsoft Office and Exchange Server. It provides full integration of emails, contacts, calendar makes perfect email client for many organization employees. It helps users to communicate with others and to share information. It also offers easy migration from other email clients. MS Outlook has very powerful Junk Mail feature. It has rules for incoming and outgoing both emails.

Need to transfer emails from Outlook Express to Outlook 2013 on a new computer:

If you were the user of Windows XP OS which has its default email client that is Outlook Express and your many important emails are stored in Outlook Express Database. But recently you have bought a new computer and it is configured with latest versions of OS 8.0 & Microsoft Office 2013. So you want to move your emails from Outlook Express to outlook 2013 on a new computer.

How to transfer emails from outlook Express to outlook manually?

You can perform this task by manual method but it will consume your precious time. To perform by manual method, follow these steps:

  • Open Outlook Express. Go to the Tools >> Options >> Maintenance tab >> Store Folder button to find the location where Outlook Express stores email messages.
  • Copy the Folder Location Path.
  • Right-click on Start button >> Explorer >> Windows Explorer. Click inside the address bar of the Explorer window. Paste the folder location Path. Press Enter to navigate to this folder.
  • Select all of the items in folder and copy all files in an external storage device.

Now Import messages to your new computer by following steps:

  • Insert that device and launch the MS Outlook
  • Go to File menu >> Import >> Email Messages >> Outlook Express and then Next.
  • Browse that folder in inserted storage device and Import messages to your new email client.

By this process, you can transfer emails from Outlook Express to Outlook 2013 on a new computer but this process can be harmful for attached files. So there is no security to transfer files without any loss of information. So you can take support of any third party utility.

Now you can go with the DBX to PST Converter tool for secure and safe conversion.

This conversion program provides dual options to transfer emails from Outlook Express to Outlook 2013 on a new computer. In single mode, select multiple Outlook Express Files independently and start conversion process. On the other side, you can select multiple files instantly by storing all files in a separate folder.

In both the processes, the converter generates separate PST file either for all Outlook Express files or for each Outlook Express file. It can ignore deleted emails folder during conversion procedure.

This conversion software preserves the initial folder architecture intact and exact email formatting & attributes unchanged. It also converts emails from Outlook Express to Outlook with all the attachments and keeps formatting of attached files same as it is.

This tool supports entire editions of Outlook Express and Microsoft Outlook. It also works for all Windows OS machines. Read More >>

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