Total Webmail Converter is another product developed by CoolUtils to satisfy users who have to maintain email correspondence on a regular basis. Recently, the program has been supplied with a feature that provides automatic connection with email account and enables users to save emails in various extensions. For example, you can export emails from www.Outlook to TXT and other formats like PDF, DOC, HTML, TIFF, JPEG, RTF.
There are other features that make this program attractive. For example, you can set it to save your emails as separate TXT files or unify them and create one big TXT document. Also, you can set a universal file name template and arrange your output TXT files in a consecutive order.
This email converter can process email attachments as well.
The interface features a built-in viewer, so you can view the content of each email before converting it.
Command line option enables you to operate the utility without launching the interface.
How to Save Emails from Outlook.com as Text Files
Download and install the program and view the dialog that will open right after installation. Enter email address and email password and test the connection.
Select the needed directory on the left (inbox, outbox, etc.) and check the emails, which you wish to export. Press Check all to export all the files.
Select TEXT in the toolbar or Process menu and adjust the wizard settings:
- Specify destination and set the program to either save emails as separate TXT documents or combine them into one document. If you want to keep folder structure, make sure the option is checked.
- Use your preferred file name template.
- Specify the fields, which you are going to export.
- Read the options, which can be applied to attachments and check the ones, which you need to apply to your output TXT files.
Review the parameters through the Start Conversion and press Start to convert Outlook.com emails to TXT.
If you would like to test this program, download the free demo version from our website and check the functionality over the 30-day trial period.