Tool that supports conversion of the entire range of contents while Migrating Mac Mail to Thunderbird. One of the only few tools to offer data migration that leaves no trace of data loss and integrity compromise.
Migrating Mac Mail to Thunderbird
Email files are complex. They no longer contain mere text but a whole range of complex elements, ranging from MIME headers, email attachments include cloud-based files, Unicode text, and more. This makes migration of data across email clients incredibly challenging. One of such migration tasks – migrating Mac Mail to Thunderbird – is particularly tricky. Not just because of the data complexity but because of the lack of any common data file shared with both clients and also because of no proper professional solution, either officially by Mac or Mozilla or by any third parties.
But that is about to change. USL Software brings a powerful, simple, and accurate tool to get all your data elements from Mac Mail to Thunderbird. It has the sophisticated algorithms required to process data and outputs files with no traces of data loss or damage to the fidelity of information. This means whatever your database contains inside Mac Mail will be cleanly and precisely dealt with during conversion. It will extract every byte of information.
Many migration tools for Mac Mail to Thunderbird suffer from lack of adequate algorithms to handle the information the databases can contain. Here is a list of some of those elements that ordinary tools don’t convert. Leaving you with damaged integrity in output Thunderbird files.
Arrangement/order of your folders:
With the amount of emails being sent and received daily increasing, it’s become common to arrange all those emails into folders and those folders into sub-folders and so on. This arrangement of folders is called folder hierarchy and is acutely susceptible to loss and damage during migration.
Unicode is a standard encoding system used for many languages and text characters. It includes UTF-8, UTF-16, DBCS, ASCII, and more. Many migration tools are incomplete with the support for Unicode text conversion, leading to missing text in output Thunderbird files.
Images or any graphical content:
Emails are filled with graphical content these days, ranging from photos to graphs, icons, logos, bars, charts, and more. Every official email contains at least some form of graphical information (as opposed to simply text) and this information is often partially converted by generic data migration tools. You will either find them altogether missing from output or are broken and modified.
Email headers contain information like sender and receivers’ email addresses, Time and Date, CC, BCC, and more. At some point, MIME standard was introduced to format email headers that contain non-English characters, non-text attachments (media and application files), message bodies with multiple parts. And even though virtually every email today is formatted using MIME, you can still find many migration tools not fully supporting it, especially the headers.
If you want to migrate Mac Mail to Thunderbird cleanly, you need to find a professional converter. That can take care of all these complex elements of the Mac Mail’s database. Luckily, there’s one that has full support for the conversion of the entire range of such data elements. It is “Mail Extractor Max”.
Migrating email databases can get quite exhausting, if you are not an expert. And even being an expert can sometimes get you in trouble, especially due to the data integrity loss, if you are not using a professional tool. “Mail Extractor Max” is that professional tool.
It has a friendly UI, useful features for controlling the output files, and a 24 x 7 customer support.
You can find the installer file here. You can give it a try through the completely free trial version.