IncrediMail to Outlook Converter


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Hi guys, your IMM to Outlook Converter saved my live! IncrediMail manufacturers and their support don't want to help users who wish to leave IncreadiMail client so I find your tool and it helped me to migrate all my emails and folders from IncrediMail to Outlook. Thank you very much for this brilliant software!

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Overview of IncrediMail mail migration

Wednesday, April 18, 2012 @ 08:04 AM

IncrediMail MailHistorically, the IncrediMail mail client has gained a reputation of a strong alternative to most other email applications that were mostly tailored for the corporate world and demanding users who wanted to control nearly every aspect of their daily emailing activities. IncrediMail, on the other hand, offered a different approach to email exchange and faced all other users who sought a way to add more fun to their daily communication with friends and colleagues. As the result, IncrediMail is one of the very few email clients on the market that is functional, entertaining and plain exciting to use. The program offers animated emoticons, customizable message backgrounds and themes, action-specific animations, sounds and a bunch of other features that make the program stand out of the crowd of nearly identical email tools. However, IncrediMail is not the best choice for corporate users, who definitely don’t need all the bells and whistles it offers. Since Outlook is arguably the most popular email client in the corporate world, people migrating from IncrediMail most often transfer their IncrediMail mail to its native PST format and that’s where problems usually start. IncrediMail mail is stored in IMM files, which is native to the application and is not directly supported by any other email programs on the market. Furthermore, some organizations and professionals do not use Outlook or use it in combination with other clients, which creates an obvious need for an efficient strategy of converting Incredimail mail to formats that can be easily imported into popular (and not so popular) email solutions. This article explains the process of converting and transferring IncrediMail mail to intermediate formats and, ultimately, to destination applications such as Windows Live Mail, Thunderbird, Outlook Express and even Apple Mail or Mac Mail. Details

Choosing the right Incredimail converter

Tuesday, January 10, 2012 @ 08:01 AM

IncrediMail is a popular email client featured in a number of Hollywood movies as an alternative to regular rather boring, formal and business-like email tools. Millions of people have preferred IncrediMail to other email clients: from students and housewives to office workers and the creative public. IncrediMail offers tons of great features that make everyday communication look and feel different: customizable email backgrounds, animations, emoticons, individualization of the contacts list, animated and photo notifiers, a powerful greeting card generator and a lot more! IncrediMail emails do look different and it wasn’t left unnoticed by millions of users who wanted a brand-new email tool. However, not everyone needs the bells and whistles of IncrediMail – and some people simply cannot use the program because it doesn’t comply with corporate standards. The solution to this problem is an IncrediMail converter capable of quickly converting IncrediMail messages to a proper format and copying them to the necessary program. As a rule, companies use Microsoft Outlook as a standard email exchange, collaboration and scheduling solution and that’s where most IncrediMail email messages end up being moved to. The choice of the right IncrediMail converter may not be easy, since there are so many alternatives on the market, but it’s the most important ingredient of this transition, since only a high-quality IncrediMail converter can ensure accurate and hassle-free migration of your email. Below are some insights into the IncrediMail to Outlook conversion process that will help you get a better idea of what a decent IncrediMail converter should be able to do. Details