Posted 24, Jun 2021 | By Editorial Team
If you want to import local folders and Mac Mail emails into Postbox email client, then this blog will help you to perform this process through a safe manual procedure.
You can follow this process without professional knowledge.
Postbox can only import .mbox mail folders, so if you have other file formats then you need to save all of them into .mbox format.
Before the start of this file importing process, you need to understand that Postbox can only import enclose folder.
If you have .mbox files, then you have to save all your .mbox files in a separate folder so that you can perform this process.
The Postbox application can import Mac Mail data which is extracted or exported from the Mac Mail account.
So, you need to export your Mac Mail data and save it in a local folder:
When you select a single mail folder from the Mac Mail account for the export process, it will save a single file in .mbox format.
Now, you need to save that exported file into a new folder so that you can import it in your Postbox account. And then follow the above steps for importing local folders to Postbox.
When you export the Mac Mail data, you can select Collapsed folder if you want to just save that particular folder.
But, if you want to export a folder along with its sub-folder, then you need to expand the folder and select folder and subfolders.