You can make the time machine to backup only your mail folders that are already stored on your mac and are updated daily when the emails arrive. In case you are wondering where are your mailboxes then you can find them here: Apple mail mailbox location: 1. Open a new Finder window 2. Go to your home directory using the Home toolbar button or select Go | Home from the main menu 3. Open the Library/Mail/Mailboxes directory This will open up the correct directory where your Mac Mail stores emails. Usually this directory is called Mail and contains multiple sub-folders named the same way as your email accounts. POP accounts and IMAP accounts are named with prefix POP- and IMAP- respectively. Each account folder contains multiple sub-folders for your Mac Mail folders such as Inbox, Sent Items etc. The folder called Mailboxes is the main storage for your emails. You should copy this folder including all subfolders and files inside to the Windows PC and use it as the Source Folder for the Mac Mail to Outlook...
The Solutions I am aware of:- 1. Restore your iPhone with the backup file you've made before the jailbreaking. 2. Try Dr.Fone for iOS. It allows you to retrieve text messages and contacts from your iPhone, iTunes backup file or iCloud backup file and save them to your iPhone again.
I assume you tried charging the phone with the AC adaptor for at least 30 minutes, with no response. Right? If you did, you need to reset the phone (no data loss): Press both home and power buttons for up to 1 minute, releasing when the Apple logo appears. However if your power button is "kinda broken", you won't be able to reset, and you only option is replacement or repair.
try rebuilding your outlook mac database, it is a common issue with outlook for mac users and can be resolved easily with database rebuild. Manually you can rebuid you database: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2360509 If that seems to be messy then Outook Database rebuild is also possible with the help of application use: http://www.outlookmacdatabaserecovery.co... I hope this will help.
You can try softwares available for this kind of transfer. These are called third party tools. one which i have successfully used is mail exporter pro. I imported all my files, saving the folder hierarchy, from apple mail to outlook 2011 safely. http://mailexporterpro.com Hope this will help. Thanks