MailsDaddy Office 365 Backup Tool is very easy to use solution and with this application, you can Export your all Exchange online mailboxes data like emails, calendars, contacts, appointments, and attachments into PST or other formats like MBOX, MSG, and EML etc.
Backup O365 Cloud mailbox.
It has a modern looking and clean interface that enable you to see the failures or successful operation alerts and monitor the status of Office 365 backups. The MailsDaddy Office 365 Backup Tool will guide you to understand all the necessary steps for Exporting Exchange Online Mailboxes.
Advance features of the Backup Tool:
This software provides many advanced features to Export the Office 365.
By default, it stores the Exchange Online data into PST but if you want to save the mailbox data in other formats, then you need to select the format and export the mailbox. You can also save the selected items with this tool.
It Export Single or multiple mailboxes by login with the Admin account. And the application Provide the Bulk Export option to store data but it available for Business & Enterprise License Users.
Date Filter option to Backup Data of Specific Date Range
The application provides one more helpful feature by which you can search the emails from the specific date and easily store the Office 365 Mailbox data from the required time-period like weekly, yearly or Monthly etc.
Save and Export o365 cloud mailbox in few steps
With this backup software, you can easily store Office 365 mailboxes on your PC without losing any data.
Firstly you need to download and install this tool and then lunch it. After that login with the Office 365 account like Admin or User and select the formats and export the mailbox.
Note: If you Sign in with the Admin Login option then it is required to provide ApplicationImpersonation rights to Admin account. You also need to create a CSV file of the entire Users mailboxes in order to use Bulk Export feature.
Free to try
Windows Server 2008
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