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Migrating from Outlook file to a cPanel Account

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by manor7777, Mar 6, 2017.

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    Now, i have seen this question asked before however my situation is a little different.

    I have a customer that has an Outlook PST file from his old webhost. The old webhost account is now closed so there is no moving it over imap.

    Is there a way to import this PST file into his cPanel account emails? Even if there is a way to open the PST file locally in outlook and drag the emails into the cPanel imap server.

    Regards
    Norman
     
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    Couldn't edit my message

    The PST file is from Outlook 2007/2010 and running all of the latest cPanel & CloudLinux.
     
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    I will give this a try, might be a few days as this particular customer is very slow at replying!

    Thanks Michael!
     
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