Learn How to Add Zoho Mail to Outlook in a Seamless Manner?

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“Are you looking for an efficient approach to backup Zoho Mail data? If yes, then you are at the exact place as this blog is discussing the precise solution to export Zoho in Outlook. Read this blog in detail to learn how to configure Zoho Mail to Outlook.”

In this fast growing technology world, emails play really important role in everybody’s life. In most of the organizations, exchange of important information is done via emails. So, it is very clear that emails contain lots of crucial data in it and a user cannot afford to lose it. Therefore, it is always important to backup crucial data on the local machine at some safe location that is not much prone to damage. Moreover, it will be beneficial in a disastrous condition also. Among a number of email applications, Zoho Mail is also one such email that also lets users communicate via email. So, it also contains lots of important data in it, which needs to be preserved from all type of disastrous situation. Thus, this blog discusses how to migrate Zoho to Outlook in a seamless manner.

Different Methods to Add Zoho Mail to Outlook

In order to export Zoho email to Outlook PST format, one can use both manual and professional solution and both of them are discussed below:

Import Zoho Mail to Outlook Manually

Step #1:

Now, to backup Zoho Mail data to PST format, one need to follow the mentioned below:

1. First of all, open Zoho Mail and go to Settings option
2. After that, click on the Mail Settings and then choose Import/ Export messages option
3. Now, choose the desired folder from where you want to backup emails in the Export Window
4. Then, simply go to the Store Location and click on the desired Mail that you want to export
5. From the drop-down menu, choose Duration and click on the Submit button
6. Now, your request is sent to the server and you will receive a message.
7. Then, you will get a notification with reference URL with the help of this you can download mailbox data in ZIP format
8. Now, email is sent to that profile from where the request is sent
9. As you click on the URL, you can easily download Zoho Mail backup

When backup is downloaded in ZIP format, a user can simply unzip it with WinRAR application. After that, you can easily check that downloaded emails are in EML format. Now, it’s time to move data in Outlook PST format so, in order to backup Zoho email to Outlook, follow the next section.

Step 2:

Now, to convert Zoho Mail downloaded data i.e., EML file to PST format, one needs to follow the steps mentioned below:

1. First of all, Open Outlook and Windows Live Mail on your local machine
2. After that, in Windows Live Mail, go to File >> Export >> Email Messages option
3. Then, choose Microsoft Exchange as a program and click on the Next button
4. “All email will be exported from Windows Live Mail to Outlook or Exchange Server” message will pop-up in front of you. Click on the OK button to backup Zoho email to Outlook
5. Now, you can choose Complete Mail folder or perform desired mail conversion. Click on OK button
6. As the process completed successfully, a message will pop-up in front of you. Click on the Finish button and migrate Zoho Mail to Outlook successfully.

Why Manual Method Fail?

As a user can see above discussed method, it is clear that there is no direct solution available. Moreover, it is really complex to perform and takes lots of time. Apart from this, it requires two extra application installations on the local machine i.e., MS Outlook and Windows Live Mail. Therefore, to overcome all such limitations, one is advised to look for some alternative solution.

A Reliable Approach to Connect Zoho Mail to Outlook

To overcome all the limitations faced by the users while using a manual solution, one can use SysTools Zoho Backup Tool. This application is designed specially to backup Zoho Mail data in the original form. Moreover, one sync Zoho to Outlook PST file also. One just needs to enter the credentials of Zoho mail account for the conversion process. It backup all data items stored in the Zoho Mail i.e., emails contacts, etc.

Time to Wrap Up

In order to backup Zoho Mail data to Outlook, one need to export it to PST file format. Therefore, considering such requirement of users in mind, we have discussed both manual and professional techniques to add Zoho Mail to Outlook. However, this backup process is helpful in disastrous situation also.

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  1. informative piece!

  2. great information

  3. Grab pro edition of Zoho Mail Backup Software which is fully authorized to take Zoho Mail backup in multiple formats comparing to other tools. This application gives facility to take Zoho Mail backup into PST, MSG, EML, EMLX, MBOX, PDF, HTML, MHT, XPS, RTF, DOC, Windows Live Mail, Lotus Notes, Zimbra, Thunderbird, Office 365, Gmail, G Suite, Outlook.com, Yahoo, Rediffmail, IMAP, etc. formats.
    This software also gives facility to convert selected folders from Zoho Mail accounts so that users can backup only desired folders according to their choice.

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