Converting Outlook .Msg emails into Eml files ensures that the emails are accessible in an open messaging standard, which makes email more suitable for long term storing or archiving. There are also different situations where importing email requires conversion of email from .msg to .eml.
There are various tools on the market that can accomplish this. The two tools we will look at today are developed by Encryptomatic LLC.
MessageExport for Outlook
MessageExport is an Outlook add-in. If you already are using Outlook, MessageExport will let you save emails directly from Outlook to .eml format, as well as PDF and many other formats.
MessageExport supports Outlook 2016/2013/2010 and 2007. After installation, it becomes part of the Outlook toolbar. Using MessageExport is as simple as selecting one or more emails from the mail list, choosing “Export to EML” from the Outlook toolbar, and clicking on the “Export” button.
|MessageExport saves Outlook email to EML files.|
PstViewer Pro Eml Viewer
PstViewer Pro (formerly called EmlViewer Pro) is an email viewer that reads .eml, .msg, .pst, .ost and other popular email file formats.
To convert .Msg to .Eml with PstViewer Pro, first select the Windows folder containing the .msg files. Next, highlight the .msg files in the mail list that you want to convert to to .eml
Finally, select “Export to Eml” from the drop down list and click “Export.”
PstViewer Pro will then convert the msg files into eml files. Because PstViewer Pro supports many other formats, you can mix and match between them to accomplish a wide range of email conversion tasks.
|Convert .Msg email to .Eml with PstViewer Pro’s conversion tools.|
Try Either or Both, Free
PstViewer Pro and MessageExport both offer 15 day free trials from their product home pages. If you own Outlook and are comfortable working from the Outlook GUI, then MessageExport is likely the best choice for you If you want to work independently of Outlook or if you do not own Outlook, then PstViewer Pro will get the job done for you.
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