Move Emails to Adobe Format
The tool has the ability to transfer email folders to individual portable document. It embeds attachments in the PDF and makes it optional to keep email header. One can just uncheck a box to disable moving headers. The Outlook to PDF Converter ensures that complete folder hierarchy is maintained.
Ability to Work with Any PST
The utility works with corrupt and damaged data files with or without protection. It repairs and recovers data by default, using quick scanning. There is another facility for highly-corrupted PST file by checking the ‘Advanced Scan’ option. Then, a preview is generated for each item with attributes.
Advanced Activation Prompt
The Outlook PST to Adobe Acrobat Converter gives a user multiple options when the application is launched. One can choose between purchasing a license, activating full version or continuing with the demo. The program works on all available versions of Windows for both 32 and 64-bit machines.
Selectively Export Emails
The PST File to PDF migration tool provides ten different views to analyze email data. This includes Normal, Attachments, RTF, HTML, MIME, Hex, properties, email hop, hierarchical and message header view. There is another facility to choose between different email folders to move to the output format.
Provide Unique Names to PDFs
There is another feature available in the application to convert PST emails to PDF. It is to give different names to output .pdf files based on their subject, date or a serial number. There is no need to have Outlook installed to perform the migration. One can even sort each displayed item based on their attributes.
Apply Date-Based Email Filter
The PST to PDF utility can limit the folder size and save time by applying filters. There are ways to set a ‘to’ and ‘from’ dates to restrict conversion to a time period. This prevents any needless migration of data and helps move a large mailbox in batches. The tool works with both ANSI and UNICODE-type PST files.
PST to PDF + Outlook Recovery
First, download and install the Outlook to PDF Converter. The home page will look like the image below:
Then, click on the ‘Add File’ button from the navigation bar.
Next, Browse to the location where the PST is saved. The tool will automatically scan the file to remove any errors, corruption or password protection. There is an advanced scanning option available to recover data from a highly damaged data file.
After that, click on the ‘Add File’ button to convert PST to PDF.
Now, all the items will be displayed with corresponding file properties. Each email can be analysed in ten different views.
To migrate limited Outlook emails to PDF, check the box before each and right-click on any item. Then, click on ‘Export’ button.
Then, select PDF option and apply appropriate filters. Also, set a destination path for output files and click ‘Export’.
To convert Outlook email folders to PDF, select any from the left side tree-view. Then, and click ‘Export’ button from the navigation bar.
Next, choose the folders to migrate and set filters and naming convention. Set a destination path and click ‘Export’ button.
Then, emails will start to move from PST file to PDF format. After the completion, a complete report is generated with the details of the transfer. It contains information regarding the success and failure count.
Finally, go the destination path to verify that the migration has taken place successfully.
‘The PST Export to PDF is an easy and convenient way to extract necessary emails to file. It even helped me migrate important ones to the Mac computer that I use at home. It has helped my team of experts for forensic analysis of email folders. It has given us an opportunity to view items in ten different views!’
‘The Outlook PST to PDF Converter is very easy-to-use with an uncomplicated design. Features are simple enough to use and I find it useful in migrating multiple email files. It is more reliable and efficient than any manual method. It also helped me save data from unnecessary bugs and errors that Outlook creates every now and again.’