Msg Converter Pro 4+

Quiana Liu

    • 2.9 • 14 Ratings
    • $5.99



Msg Converter Pro: A simple, efficient way to batch converts Microsoft Outlook *.msg, *.oft or *.eml files into EML, VCF, HTML, PDF, RTF and TXT files.
It is also enable to merge into a single file for output of PDF, VCF, or TXT.


◆Support contact and e-mail message type input.

◆Support msg, oft, and eml input.

◆Support EML, VCF, HTML, PDF, RTF and TXT ouput.

◆Support merge VCF, PDF, and TXT to one file.

◆Batch conversion at lightning fast speed.

◆Easy to use, simply Drag & Drop into conversion list, then just click the button to convert.

◆An advance option to add files recursively form subfolders into conversion list.

◆An advance option to maintain source directory hierarchy at destination with converted files in respective folders.

◆An advance option to order items in conversion list by source file name, file size, output name, status or manual.

◆An advance option to rename output files.

◆An advance option to convert all or selected files in the conversion list.

◆An advance option to show output folder in finder after conversion or not.


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What’s New

Version 2.4.2

Bug fixes and stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

48 user since 1989 ,

no drag and drop?

cannot drag from Outlook into this app

big miss!

TooDollars ,

Excellent! It works fine. Easy to use.

It works great! From the app you browse to the .msg file or files, put them in a list and click Convert, basically.

You are prompted through the whole process, which is : I want these msg files converted, to this format, to this location, Click Convert, & you’re done. Comes out it nice rich text format.

Gentle Explorer ,

Crashes in the middle of processing. A very non-intuitive user interface.

The help tip for " " states: "Remove All Items". The app crashes after converting about 10% of my messages. The user interface is bewildering: How do you add files? How do you specify where they go? How do you get the thing to do something? And, why when I drag and drop my files onto the app does it indicate that it will accept them but they never show up in the list of files?

This app feels like it was a non-serious Saturday Afternoon hack-together.

App Privacy

The developer, Quiana Liu, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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