Zimbra TGZ to PST Converter is, as its name might suggest, software designed to give users a perfect and instant solution when it comes to importing TAR files from Zimbra mail into Outlook, Exchange, Office 365 and the increasingly popular Google Apps.
Zimbra TGZ to PST Converter also doubles as a TGZ Viewer that supports the importing and exporting from Zimbra to Outlook PST file and back again. The TGZ viewer enables its users to view their Zimbra data in MS Outlook and other apps before converting.
Migrating Zimbra to Exchange is a relatively simple and painless experience, and users can import anything and everything to do with Zimbra, including email messages, address books (including distribution lists, calendars, recurring calendars, tasks, and even briefcase items.)
Zimbra TGZ to PST Converter doesn't just transfer Zimbra data into Outlook, Exchange, etc., like other similar software does, and thus increasing the chances that not all files and data will be transferred. Instead, Zimbra TGZ to PST Converter creates a new and separate PST file, which can then be easily imported into whatever Microsoft or other mail application that supports the .PST extension format.
Crucially, users can both convert and migrate either single or multiple Mailboxes at the one time. Thus, Zimbra TGZ to PST Converter is also a good choice for anyone looking to carry out large scale Zimbra migrations without headaches.
Zimbra TGZ to PST Converter is Windows based and can be installed on all pretty much any version of Windows, such as Windows 10, Windows 8.1, 8, 7, and even Vista.
- Freeware edition works the same as the licensed edition.
- Single or batch conversion of Zimbra based email boxes.
- Compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 etc.
- Migrates Zimbra files to mail applications supporting .PST extension format.
Users can also try the Zimbra TGZ to PST Converter Freeware version of the software before buying, to get a proper feel for how the software works. The freeware edition works, for all intents and purposes exactly the same as the licensed edition but with the small caveat that a "Demo" watermark is placed on all the converted data.