Migrate Your Email to Office 365

Learn why thousands of people have used Aid4Mail to move to the cloud

If you need to process 20 user accounts or more, please visit our “Large-Scale Migration” page.

Aid4Mail is faster and more secure than cloud-based migration solutions

Migrating your mail to Office 365? Moving from Outlook, Thunderbird, Eudora? Or perhaps from archived EML, PST or Mbox files?

Aid4Mail will be faster and more secure than a cloud-based solution if you’re moving from on-premise to the cloud.

Here’s why:

  • Data security assured: With an on-premise migration tool like Aid4Mail, you don’t have to worry about who has access to your email. Unlike cloud services, and some on-premise tools, we send no data back to our servers. So you can rest easy knowing you’re in complete control of your data.
  • Faster conversion: When you use Aid4Mail, the mail conversion is done locally and then uploaded. With cloud vendors, your mail is uploaded, converted, then has to be transferred to your new email provider. With Aid4Mail, you save a whole step.
  • Accurate results: Aid4Mail is so accurate and reliable, even digital forensics professionals use it to convert email. So when you choose Aid4Mail for your migration, you know you’re going to get a great result.

Popular Cloud Archiving Providers Use Aid4Mail

RELIABLE AND SCALABLE

“Aid4Mail is a spectacular product. I don't think people realize how hard it is to reliably convert email from one format to another, and then do it at scale the way you do. It really is quite an accomplishment.”
– Matt Coan, Sonian          [ Read our Sonian Case Study ]

Watch our video demo to see how quick and easy migration to Office 365 can be


Try It FREE on Your Own Email

We highly recommend trying before you buy. There’s no better way to be sure Aid4Mail is right for you.

Download Aid4Mail now and begin using it immediately. It works in trial mode until you buy a license and enter your activation code in the program.


Start your migration to Office 365, then take a break.

  1. Select Source Account
  2. Select Office 365 as Target and enter account details
  3. Get a cup of coffee

Ready to Buy Now? It’s Quick and Easy

A single Aid4Mail license can be used to process one person's mail in total on a single computer (and Windows login account), or from one computer to another. If you need to migrate mail stored on 3 different computers, or belonging to 3 different people, then you’ll need 3 Aid4Mail licenses. You can set the number of licenses on the next screen.

Aid4Mail Home
For Private Mail Only

  •  50% discount on renewal
     Can be used for email archiving
  •  Free support (within 48 hours)
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Double-check the system requirements here…

  • Operating System : Aid4Mail runs under Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, Server 2016, 2012, 2008 and 2003 or Linux in conjunction with Wine. Both Windows 32-bit and 64-bit are supported.
    Windows NT4 / ME / 98 / 95 should work but are not officially supported.
  • Internet : Online license activation, validation, and re-activation require an internet connection (offline activation option available with Aid4Mail eDiscovery editions).
  • Hardware Requirements : 64 MB of RAM, 12 MB disk space. Pentium (or compatible) processor.

IF YOU’LL BE PROCESSING OUTLOOK/EXCHANGE: Read more >

Aid4Mail can read mail from:

  • Microsoft Exchange through Outlook/MAPI (1) (except Aid4Mail Home) or IMAP (2),
  • Outlook Personal Storage files (1) (*.pst),
  • Outlook MSG files (1) (*.msg),
  • Outlook Express versions 5 and 6 (*.dbx, *.eml and *.nws),
  • Outlook Express version 4 (*.idx and *.mbx),
  • Windows Live Mail (*.eml;*.nws),
  • Windows Mail (Vista mail client),
  • IMAP accounts,
  • Webmail services that offer IMAP access, e.g. Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Amazon WorkMail, FastMail, GMX Mail, Outlook.com, Outlook 365, etc.,
  • Mozilla Thunderbird mailbox files,
  • SeaMonkey mailbox files,
  • Netscape mailbox files,
  • Apple Mail (Mail.app) message files (*.emlx),
  • Qualcomm Eudora mailbox files (*.toc and *.mbx),
  • Eudora OSE mailbox files,
  • Macintosh Eudora mailbox files,
  • Google Takeout files (*.mbox),
  • Google Vault files (*.mbox),
  • Generic mailbox files (mbox, Entourage MBOX, Evolution, Berkeley mail, BSD mail, Unix mail format),
  • EML message files (*.eml),
  • MHT Web Archive files (*.mht),
  • Pegasus mailbox files (*.pmi, *.pmm, and *.cnm),
  • The Bat! mailbox files (3) (*.msb and *.tbb),
  • PocoMail mailbox files (*.idx, *.idb, and *.mbx),
  • Barca mailbox files (*.idx, *.idb, and *.mbx),
  • FoxMail mailbox files up to version 6.5 (*.box),
  • Opera mailbox files (*.mbs),
  • Calypso and Courier archive files,
  • Forte Agent mailbox files (*.idx),
  • Pine mbox files (with limited “From ” escaping),
  • PMMail message files (*.msg),
  • Maildir folders (local copies),
  • MSN Mail v8 (*.MailDB),
  • Mailbag Assistant mailbox files (*.mbg),
  • E-mail Examiner mailbox files (*.pmx),
  • Aid4Mail ZIP archives (*.zip).

Aid4Mail can export/save mail to:

  • Microsoft Exchange through Outlook/MAPI (1) (except Aid4Mail Home) or IMAP (2),
  • Outlook Personal Storage files (1) (*.pst),
  • Outlook MSG files (1) (*.msg) – only if source mail comes from Microsoft Exchange or Outlook files,
  • Windows Live Mail,
  • Windows Mail (Vista mail client),
  • IMAP accounts,
  • Webmail services that offer IMAP access, e.g. Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Amazon WorkMail, FastMail, GMX Mail, Outlook.com, Outlook 365, etc,
  • Mozilla Thunderbird mailbox files,
  • SeaMonkey mailbox files,
  • Eudora OSE mailbox files,
  • Netscape mailbox files,
  • PocoMail mailbox files (*.mbx),
  • Barca mailbox files (*.mbx),
  • Generic mailbox files, (mbox, Entourage MBOX, Evolution, Berkeley mail, BSD mail, Unix mail format),
  • EML message files (*.eml),
  • XML files (*.xml),
  • Plain text files (*.txt),
  • MHT Web Archive files (*.mht) - linked from an HTML index page or an MS Excel Workbook file (not available in Aid4Mail Home),
  • MHT files with tab-delimited data file for import into a database (not available in Aid4Mail Home),
  • Adobe Acrobat PDF files (not available in Aid4Mail Home),
  • Aid4Mail ZIP archives (*.zip).

Notes:

  1. To process (from/to) Outlook MSG files, PST files, and Outlook/MAPI mail profiles, Aid4Mail requires either a 32-bit version of Office Outlook or a standalone version of MAPI. For details, free options, and limitations, see the System Requirements.
    Only Aid4Mail Console can export a source MAPI profile or PST file to a target MAPI profile or PST file. With Aid4Mail Home, Aid4Mail Professional, and Aid4Mail eDiscovery, the workaround is to first export your emails to the Outlook MSG format, and then re-export those files to your target format.
  2. Microsoft Exchange can either be processed through an Outlook/MAPI mail profile (1), or through the IMAP protocol in which case the Exchange server needs to be set up for IMAP access (see instructions).
  3. Aid4Mail cannot process encrypted The Bat! mail files. In this case, you will first have to export your messages with The Bat! to a Generic mailbox format, which Aid4Mail can then process to any of the supported formats.
  4. Aid4Mail currently does not offer tools to convert address books, filters, or account settings from one format to another.