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How to Migrate from The Bat! to Microsoft Outlook?, Email Migration
No way to do that easily, blame Outlook.

Export all of your messages to .msg
Drag them into Outlook Express
Import from OE into MSO
I'm just a user of The Bat! I don't work for Ritlabs.
If you are looking for a solution that helps you Migrate from The Bat! to Microsoft Outlook, then simply go with Bat to Outlook Converter software that help you to convert multiple mailboxes from The Bat to MS Outlook PST format.
Microsoft website has got solution for same

Recently I have helped one of friend using this and it works great.
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To convert all emails and other data of The Bat  to Outlook,  you can  get the help of Kernel for MBOX to PST converter software. By using this  smartly programmed software, you can easily convert MBOX file acquired  from various mail clients,  like SeaMonkey, Sylpheed, Mulberry, GyazMail, Gnu, Sparrow, and The  Bat! to MS Outlook PST or MSG file within few clicks. For more details,  visit: or
I used the Outlook Import Wizard to move email from the Bat to Outlook not because I'm leaving the Bat but because my wife and daughter find Outlook far easier to use than the Bat so should anything happen to me they will be able to access all historic email and have an up to date email client to work with.

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If you find the solution to export emails data of The Bat! To Outlook Email Application, so try this solution  it will help you to export & access The Bat! Email data into Outlook email client.  

Edited: Venn Torrence - 21 July 2017 13:43:02
Try Mail Passport Lite to Import MBOX to Outlook 2016 / 2013 / 2011 / 2010 / 2007 / 2003 & Office 365(for both Mac and Windows). It convert the entire mail database from MBOX files including Mails, calendars, attachments, etc. to desired PST file format for Outlook. Therefore it is a 2in1 email converter tool and can be used to Import EML to Outlook as well.  A tool with an easy to use interface and free trial version to povide you better experience for migration before.
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