Export MS Outlook Emails to PDF Know how you can Save MS Outlook 2013 and below emails to PDF

MS Outlook is one of the most commonly used emailing application to send and receive personal emails as well as business emails. From a home user to corporate agencies; everyone uses MS Outlook as there primary email client for email communication within there official arena. MS Outlook 2013, 2010, 2007 are the most commonly used versions however; plenty of users available who are still using the older versions of MS Outlook.

Why you should Export Outlook Emails to PDF?

Since Outlook is used by many corporate agencies there are possibilities that one may need to move or export important Outlook 2013 emails into PDF format in order to keep them safe and secure from being misused. Besides this, if you want to share your crucial mails with someone out side your official environment then also PDF is considered as one of the most secure file format.

How to export Outlook Emails to PDF?

Since Microsoft Outlook is a widely used application; Microsoft has not left any stone unturned to make it one of the best application for emailing thus, it also offers you a mean to save your emails into PDF format manually, but this process is feasible for fewer mails. If you have a bunch of Outlook emails to save as PDF then converting all of them manually one be one could be problem.

In order to save your time and efforts; commercial Outlook emails to PDF converter can be used and Jagware PST to PDF wizard does the same for you. This tool is designed with a simple layout to make it easy to use and turn Outlook emails into PDF file format.

The tool provides you complete option to save the emails into PDF with proper style, format and meta data keeping the attachment embedded within PDF. It also offer multiple file naming options to save email into PDF with any desirable naming convention. You can watch the complete video tutorial to know exactly how the tool works.

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