Very good tool Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Especially the backup planning is a fine thing
Fantastic Profile Backup Agent Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have used bits of this add-on and have been happy with the results. However, the part I use mainly and which just blows me away is the backup component. It is intuitively simple to set up and, once done, my full profile is backed up consistently to the folder of my choice. It has saved my bacon more than once. With the seeming demise of MozBackup, this component alone is worthy of a full 5 stars. Highly recommended.
eml import Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This was exactly the tool I was looking for. It is great and works fine . I could import the contents of 23 folders filled with eml's Thanks a lot for your help.
doesn't export Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I tried everything for exporting but it doesn't work. it manages to create folders but nothing else.
Great Tool Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great tool for import export. Thank you very much!
worked perfectly Rated 5 out of 5 stars
'export profile' grabbed all my emails, addresses, and settings all in one click. very nice.
Great once you know how it works Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is the best, if not the only proper mail archiving app out there, apparently. Works great, sometimes, but I find I have to try various options every time before hitting on the simple list of emails I can just open &amp; read, outside of TB (.eml).
My problem now is that the index file doesn't write for large folders (e.g. one of 2700 mails, one of 70 mails does write). It is created but it's an empty file (0 bits). I can export an index file separately, on its own, but without the links, which defeats the purpose.
I really need this so I can find a mail quickly (email dates of course don't write to the File Explorer menu). Is there a max number of links it can write to index? Or a max file size?
***Edit: It seems the index file doesn't write when there are emoticons in any email subject.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Does what is says
macOs pdf-support doesn't work Rated 1 out of 5 stars
one of the most importent function does not work: exporting multiple mails as pdf at once.
It is very tedious to archive every single mail.
Why is it so difficult to finally solve this problem. There are thousands of mails waiting to be archived ...
Thank you! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This add-on is more than I expected, working absolutely fine and helped me to include some 400 MBs to my mail archive.
I can't figure out how to export files from TB to Outlook Rated 1 out of 5 stars
So many of you have said how terrific this tool is, and how easy, but obviously I'm missing something. And I've wasted a whole lot of time with no results.
Sorry, but I don't understand all the options. There are so many of them, with no clear explanation of what each is for or what it does. I'm no techie, so need as much simple direction as possible to export files from TB back to Outlook. I also want to make a back up of all my folders, subfolders, and emails.
I've opened TB, highlighted InBox, chosen "Export folders with subfolders with structure". I get a dialogue box saying "You're exporting the local copy of a IMAP or NEWS folder. The local folder could not have all the messages present in remote folder. Do you want to continue?" This means nothing to me. I clicked Okay, chose my folder on my external hard drive, but nothing happened.
Next I selected a specific folder to export, chose the same options, nothing happened.
I've also selected a specific folder, looked at "Export all messages in the folder" but have no idea which format to choose.
It would be so much easier if I could simply drag all the folders from TB to my other drive, even though I'd have to move hundreds of them individually! I wish I'd never gotten into using TB in the first place!
Excellent Rated 5 out of 5 stars
It' s a perfect add on! Greatfull!
Only a question: is it possible to set the border of pdf exported file?
Still Working After All This Time! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Just downloaded 3.2.5 and this extension still works great (Tbird 45.2.0 under Win10Pro). Easily replaces all of the older, now-long-outdated extensions for exporting mail.
Cannot get it to work Rated 2 out of 5 stars
I have a mbox file containing 300mb of mail. After importing there is only 7 mails. I must do something wrong but I have no idea what.
Very nice tool Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is just what I needed - however, I was not able to export attachments in the HTML format or if it does they cannot be viewed. However, it does the job nicely in the EML format but then you need a EML viewer. Otherwise this is a GREAT tool and fast and accurate.
Not signed Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Looks like a good program, but my FF 45.2 will not allow me to install it because it "has not been signed". Please digitally sign this program so FF will allow us to install it! Thank you! :)
Easy to use, save a lot of time Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have to export many emails of a conversation, means I have to mix receive and sent mails and bring them into the correct order.
Very easy with this tool, thanks so much, saved me a lot of time!
ImportExportTools Rated 5 out of 5 stars
EXCELLENT PAOLO! Mozilla NEEDS to get this into Thunderbird; I popped a gut trying to import eml's with their Import option under Tools = worthless, but yours was spot on.
However, this naturally begs the question of why you can't, won't or are unable to coordinate this with them?
If we get an answer we can believe [old timer], how about a donation coming your way via 12allen and TYVM [have donated to Mozilla more than once……good people].
Excellent Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I managed to extract, export and import from a corrupted mailbox. Great! it saved my life!
saved our bacon Rated 5 out of 5 stars
was able to import INBOX file, (no extension) that was abandoned after windows 10 upgrade. bad microsoft. (note: import into temp local first, then move to imap inbox)