First, you need to know how to transfer emails from one account to another. To synchronize your emails with the new server, access your email using IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) through an application like Outlook, Thunderbird, Apple Mail (etc).
- Set up your old and new email in the same software (for example, Outlook), so they are both side by side.
- Select all messages in your old account and move them (using “drag and drop”) from your old inbox folder into your new inbox folder. Move subfolders in the same way if you want to keep the folder structure.
IMAP will then automatically synchronize emails from your computer to our server.
Else, you can use Private Email’s sophisticated interface to transfer emails.
You can use iCal (.ics) files to migrate your calendar events from the former email provider to 33 Hub Private Email—simply export your public or private calendar as an .ics file, and then import it to Private Email with a few clicks.
Finally, migrate your contacts to Private Email by exporting them from your old email account as a vCard or CSV, then import them into Private Email (our address book supports both file types).