Transfer POP3 Mail on an iPhone to Outlook

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Diane Poremsky

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Transfer POP3 Mail on an iPhone to Outlook

This question came from an Outlook & iPhone user. The user wants to upgrade her phone and her small business is considering moving to Office 365.

I have an iPhone 5. I use Outlook on a Windows computer without Exchange. I'm replacing my phone and need to preserve my sent messages for my business from my phone. It's a POP3 email from our company domain. I have messages on the phone (including sent messages) that are only on the phone. I often need my messages for proof of certain...​
 
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Rick Spiewak comments

You can probably set your iPhone or other phone in the future to automatically Bcc you on all sent messages. That makes it a little easier
 
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Tricia Sommers

I can't thank you enough. This worked so well to get all of my messages off of my phone. I had searched long and hard on the Internet and was unable to find a solution out there. Thank you for answering my request and saving my thousands of emails. I often need to fall back on them. I won't leave myself in that spot on my new phone!
 
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Barb comments

I&#039;ll add my Thanks for this solution. This is MUCH easier than forwarding all those mails that need to be kept.<br />
Thanks Diane
 
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Transfer POP3 Mail on an PC with Windows XP to Outlook 2013 on a notebook with Windows 8.1
 
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Transfer POP3 Mail on an PC with Windows XP to Outlook 2013 on a notebook with Windows 8.1
I forgot to be more explicit
I want to transfer from my Outlook Express all POP3 Mail on an PC with Windows XP to my Outlook 2013 on a notebook with Windows 8.1
 

Diane Poremsky

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Oh, Outlook Express. Still doable. It might be easier to use a conversion utility (not free), but the short (and free) method is to do it one of two ways: export to outlook on the old computer, copy the pst to new computer. Or copy the folder containing the dbx files to the new computer, install windows live mail and export to Outlook (requires 32bit Outlook installed). See http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/config/move-oe-to-outlook-new-computer/ for the steps.

I think exporting on the old computer and moving the pst is the easiest of the free methods, but if you don't have an old copy of outlook to install, it's not doable.
 
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