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How to Save Office 365 Backup to Hard Disk / Webmail

Started by rosefresh, Jun 26, 2024, 05:03 PM

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Get Mailsbackup Office 365 Backup Tool is the best way to backup Office 365 mailbox and restore Office 365 mailbox to hard drive or webmail. It easily creates & take backup of Office 365 emails, contacts, calendars, etc.

Other advance feature of Office 365 Backup Software

* An advance option to set filter to backup selective data from Office 365 Account.
* Backup data into multiple file format.
* Maintain folder structure during the migration task.
* Also, create Office365 backup to Local PC.
* Multiple saving options to save backup file.

Check for more details at: Best Office 365 Backup Software  


Shoviv Office 365 Backup tool allows you to easily backup your Office 365 mailboxes to a local hard disk in PST format. Simply install the software, connect to your Office 365 account, select the mailboxes to backup, and specify a backup directory on your hard drive. You can filter out unwanted data, schedule recurring backups, and even backup public folders and archive mailboxes. The tool is user-friendly and supports backing up multiple mailboxes simultaneously. Backups are stored in portable PST files which can be easily accessed and restored if needed.

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