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    Surbhi Sharma

    The Office 365 Email Backup Tool is a dependable and effective tool for backing up Outlook 365 contents to a local disc or computer. It’s a good option for users who need to back up or move their Office 365 data. Gmail, Thunderbird, AOL, IMAP, Hotmail, TXT, DOC, DOCM, TIFF, JSON, and others are some of the file formats that can be saved.

    shivam pandey

    Backup your Office 365 mailbox items with the help of a secure and reliable approach i.e using the Office 365 Migration Tool. This tool not only backup your emails but also has advanced features that will help you to filter your data you can convert it into multiple file formats like CSV, PST, PDF, DOC, MBOX, MSG, and many others. Apart from this, you can also remove duplicate files which occur more than once. You can try its free demo version to check its performance but the free version only allows you to back up the first 50 emails per folder.

    fellini poll

    Nice! I can say that I use another version and all previously released products will continue to be supported according to the applicable software lifecycle policy. There is no change to existing products such as Office 2013 or Office 2016.

    mike din

    Since I have recently started actively working with documents, I needed to find an Office license from Microsoft. My friend advised me on a website where I could find a licensed Office 2019 Professional Plus. This way it became much easier for me to work with documents and text! If you also work like this, then I recommend that you purchase an Office license!

    Henry Snider

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