30 October 2018 Review PST to Office 365 Migration Tool by mailsDaddy PST or Personal Storage Table is a file used to store email messages, folders, email attachments, to-dos, and calendar. If you have one of this files you can use a software to move all this content to your Microsoft Office 365 account. This is a review for PST to Office 365 Migration Tool by mailsDaddy. Features These are some of the most interesting features: GUI based tool to import PST to Office 365 platform without installation of Outlook. Upload E-mails, Calendars, Contacts, Tasks & Attachments to Office 365. Two export options: Export to Primary Mailbox & Export to Archive Mailbox. No PST File size limitation. Easily transfer large PST files to Exachange Online. Supports PST files created on Microsoft Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 and 2003 etc. Bulk export This is an interesting feature but it is not present in the personal license, it consists in to create a CSV file with the credentials and the file with the PST that you want to import, you will see the Bulk export function the top bar of the interface, for more information you can visit the official website: How to Import multiple PST files to multiple Office 365 accounts? Impersonate Export This feature allows you to import multiples PST with few clicks, but it does not come with the personal license. The process is to create CSV file similar to the Bulk export, but the file only has to contain the PST path and the email address, like the Bulk export you will found this function in the top bar and it will ask for the password of your Office 365 account later, if you are interested to know how it works you can visit the official website: How to Import PST Data into Exchange Online with Impersonation? Installation These are the requirements for this software: Processor & RAM: Minimum 2.4 GHz Processor and 1 GB RAM Minimum Hard Drive Space: 20 MB Supported OS: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP and All Older Editions (32-bit & 64-bit) This installation process is very simple, you are not going to have problems with the process. Interface As you can see in the image below, the options are in the top bar, in the left you have the tree with all the content of the PST file, in the right side the previewer and in the bottom the different categories for the content that the PST file has. Example This is an example of how to import a PST file to Office 365. Click on add file, we are going to open the PST file. Select the PST file on your computer. Once the PST is imported you can see the content in the application. Select all the emails that you want to export. Click on the export button. You will see a window asking for your office 365 credentials, you need insert the email and password. The application will start to upload the content of the PST file to your office 365 account, when the process finishes, you can open outlook and check if the content was imported. How to get the software You can buy the software in mailsDaddy.com and there are three different licenses: Personal, Bussiness and Enterprise, the difference between these licenses are: Personal 1 year of free updates 1 year of support For 2 personal systems Does not have Bulk export and Impersonate Export Price: $99 Bussiness 2 years of free updates 2 years of support For 50 Systems Price: $399 Enterprise Lifetime updates Lifetime support For 100 Systems Price: $599 Conclusion The tool is very easy to use, I like email previewer, it doesn't have options is mostly action buttons, but this tool does the work that is the most important part, you can get all the content from a PST file directly to your Microsoft Office 365 account. The time to move the content to Office 365 will depend on some factors like the number of messages and files that the PST has and the internet speed. The price of the software is $99 and it is only for Windows. My rating of this software is 8 out of 10.