Google Takeout to Outlook
After downloading emails from Gmail account through Google takeout, "how to import Google takeout archive" becomes most common query among all users. Google Takeout download all selected mail folders into MBOX files which can be open with Mozilla Thunderbird, Apple mail and Eudora etc.
Since Microsoft Outlook is the first choice among users as a desktop email client. But MS Outlook does not provide any option to open or view Gmail MBOX files. To make it possible you only need to convert Gmail MBOX file to personal storage table (.pst) file which is default data file for MS Outlook. Download and install Google takeout to Outlook converter from the given below link to complete the task.
Here you will get the best solution to convert .mbox extension of Gmail mail backup files taken by Google Takeout to Outlook .pst format. Gmail MBOX converter allows exporting Gmail emails to PST format which can be open or import in MS Outlook. So now export Gmail folders and labels to Outlook PST format without wasting more time.
Open Microsoft Outlook > Click on File from Menu bar > Open & Export >> Open Outlook data file >> Select PST file from the local drive and click on OK button. Complete guidance for opening or importing PST file is available on our blog: http://www.mailsdaddy.com/blogs/how-to-open-import-pst-file-outlook/
Note: This is the most suitable method for converting Gmail MBOX files archived by using Google Takeout to Microsoft Outlook PST format. We hope you guys will love this smart solution for Google takeout backup to Outlook conversion. If still you facing difficulties while exporting google mailbox to pst then feel free to contact to our support team via live chat or e-mail support. They will bring you out from the problem.
I am very glad to say that I have migrated 2 GB Gmail archived MBOX file into Outlook 2016. The steps you have shown in this page are very easy and helpful for doing Google Takeout to PST conversion. Thanks to MailsDaddy Team for making it possible for me.
Kelly Cooper - United States
Past month I downloaded my Gmail mail folders by using Google Takeout and it gives MBOX files inside a zip file. I want to open these files in my MS Outlook account but there was no option to open .mbox extension. The method you suggested makes my task simpler.
Denis Houde – Canada
I got a Gmail archived zip file from my friend when I extracted this file I find 3 MBOX files inside Mail folder. I was trying to open these files in my Outlook 2010 account but no luck. When I landed here then found that I need to convert it to .pst for importation. Thanks for providing helpful information in such a simpler way.
Roxanne Rabich - United States