In this guide, we'll show you how you can import your email backups in Outlook, Thunderbird, or Apple Mail.
Note: If you are making changes to your account settings, are moving mails from one account to another, or especially if you have set up your account as a POP account, it's essential to make a backup of your email.
This way, you make sure you don't lose any critical emails if something goes wrong. Every email client has its own way of doing this, so please follow the instructions for the email client you're using.
Import my emails in Outlook
Click the link below to see how you can import your email backups in Outlook for Windows. The guide is for Outlook for Microsoft 365, Outlook 2021, Outlook 2019, Outlook 2016, and Outlook 2013.
Click the link below to see how you can import your email backups in Outlook for Mac. The guide is for Outlook 2016 for Mac, Office for Business, Office 365 Small Business, and Outlook for Mac 2011.
Note: Export and import of .PST files is currently not possible in the New Outlook for Windows, but will be coming soon.
Import my emails in Thunderbird
To import your email backups in Thunderbird, you'll need to export your Profile and store it on your computer or an external hard drive.
Import my emails in Apple Mail
In Apple Mail, you can export your mailboxes in mbox format and then import them when you need the backup. Click the link below to see how you can import and export your email backup in Apple Mail.