[Eudora and Mail] Importing e-mail into Mail ?
After many years using Eudora, I think it is time to switch. Eudora is
corrupting its mailboxes, old messages tend to mix up and become unreadable.
This is unfortunate as otherwise Eudora does the right things for me.
So the questions are :
- which e-mail app do you recommend (on a PowerBook G4/667, 10.4.10) ?
- I am currently trying Mail; succeeded in importing the Eudora
mailboxes except the Inbox (1GB) -> how do I import it ???
Try Eudora Mailbox Cleaner.
Worked perfectly for me.
On Oct 16, 11:40 pm, cab <v...@nospam.com> wrote:
> After many years us...Mail and imported mail in mail app
I imported my email from an iMac g5 to a MacBook Pro running Leopard. I now
have an inbox, sent box, Trash, and underneath that a set of folders I'd
created in Mail on the iMac for various mail stuff.
Under that is a gmail heading (all my mail comes to Mail app from Gmail),
and under that another inbox, sent box.
Is there a way to meld these two inboxes? Last time I looked, a new mail
coming in showed up in both places, requiring me to select each in turn.
In article <C73B46C2.2656Demail@example.com>,
Ed Kearns <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I imp...Importing Eudora's Address Book into Mail app
I want to get my addresses from Eudora into OS X's Mail app. I presume Mail
uses the Address Book app. for contact info.
I look in Address Book, and I see menu items for importing these formats:
Eudora, however, is capable of exporting only a .csv file.
How do I get this Eudora .csv file into Address Book?
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In article <0001HW.BC580A3A00005AC9F03055B0@news.individual.net>,
DaveC <email@example.com> wrote:
>How do I get this Eudora .csv file into Add...Importing Eudora mail into Apple Mail
Having used Eudora for too many years, I now have a real mess in the references
to attachments. Many of the attachments are no longer accessible from the
messages that they arrived in, even though they are still in the attachments
The main issue here is that I have moved Eudora to a new machine every few
years, and the startup disk has typically had a new name. This in itself is not
a big problem, and Eudora still seems able to find the files. (But it does leave
the reference in the mailbox with the old disk's name.)
However, the other part of the reference is the...Exporting Eudora mail *with* attachements (Eudora -> Mozilla mail)
For compatibility reasons (I'm using a dual-boot PC with Linux and
Windows, and found a way to share Mozilla (1.7.2) between both
platforms)I've moved away from Eudora over to Mozilla to handle all my
I've found a (cumbersome and slow) way to import Eudora MBOX format
mailboxes into Mozilla, but this doesn't include attachements.
In Eudora each message seems to have a file-path which points to the
attachement, while in Mozilla the attachement is included in the message
itself, encoded in BASE-64.
How can I convert Eudora mailboxes to include t...importing mail from Mail.app?
iMac 800 flat-screen
OK, now that I've finally switched back to Eudora from Mail.app, can
anyone suggest a painless way to import all that email I've accumulated
in Mail over into Eudora?
The Eudora manual only discusses Outlook Express, and my Googling has
proved fruitless, as has searching thru the postings in this group. I
seem to remember a nifty program to take mail in the other direction!
overit <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> 5.2.1 paid
> OSX 10.2.6
> iMac 800 flat-screen
> OK, now that...Import mail archives from Eudora 6 for Windows to Eudora 6 for Mac
Good morning/evening everyone !
I am a french user of Eudora, and I encounter this problem : I precedently
used Eudora on a Windows plateform ; and now I have bought a Macintosh (^-^)
and I would want to recover my mail archives on the Macintosh. Is there a
way to import these archives from the Eudora version which is installed on
Windows, to the Mac Version ?
Thank you for your help (and sorry, really, for my very bad english :/ )
Mad Youri <email@example.com> wrote:
> Good morning/evening ev...Importing existing mail from Outlook2002 or Eudora 6 to Pegasus-mail?
Is there a way to do this? Or do I have to keep my old mail-client to
have access to my mail archives?
Jan Erik Frithjofsen
On Sat, 20 Sep 2003 08:35:11 GMT, Jan Erik Frithjofsen
> Is there a way to do this? Or do I have to keep my old mail-client to
> have access to my mail archives?
> Best Regards
> Jan Erik Frithjofsen
If you are using Outlook2002 with MsExchange and therefore Windows
Messaging (aka MAPI) then I have a utility (PM2MSM32) you may be interested
in. To migrate Eudora messages,...Question about importing Eudora mail into Eudora 6.2
I just downloaded Eudora 6.2 and want it to import all the settings and
mail from my old Eudora 4.2 OS 8.x program.
It came with a import feature, but it would only work if I was using a
later Eudora as my version was too old. Back in 2001 In tried Eudora
5.x or whatever version was latest at that time, but for some reason did
not like it, or perhaps did not want to pay the money, so I removed it.
Eudora 6.2 when installed copied all the Eudora 5.x settings and mail it
so appears. Even though I am know running OS X, and I was then running
OS 9.1. When I moved to OSX I did copy my...import Mail email addresses to Eudora
I convinced my brother-in-law to switch to Mac and he has an Intel
iMac. He imported his Outlook from Windows address book to Mail.
I've shown him that Eudora can do many things that Mail cannot and
recommended he use Eudora for everything except mailing photographs. Can
he import the addresses from Mail to Eudora? Or from Windows Outlook to
If one simply tries to do it from the Eudora File menu it doesn't do
anything about addresses. It will import mailboxes and their folders but
all the folders are empty with no messages.
Any help would be apprecia...Moving Eudora address book to Mail
My wife is changing computers at work and wants to move her address
book from Eudora 5.1.1 under OS 9.1 to her new computer, an iBook
running 10.3.5. There's no "export addresses" command in Eudora. I
haven't used anything but OS X and NetBSD in years and can't remember
where Eudora keeps its address book file. Can anyone tell me what to
tell her to do? Networking the two will probably not be possible,
she'll have to mail herself the file as an attachment.
My wife is changing computers at work and wants to move her address
book from Eudora 5.1.1 under OS 9.1 to h...Mac mail app problems sending mail??
Sometimes when I send email I get an error message stating it will
remain in outbox blah, blah, blah. It also says "Verify that you
have addressed this message correctly. Check you SMTP server
settings in Mail Preferences and verify and advanced settings with
your system administrator." Now... when I go to Mail>
Preferences> Accounts, I change the server settings and set
authentication to Password. Once I enter password and whatnot, the
mail gets sent. Sounds like the problems fixed but......... In a few
more days, I get the error message again. This time I set the
authenticati...How to transfer mail from Eudora to Eudora?
I need to transfer Eudors mail from one computer to another. Sometimes
from my Powerbook 3400c/8.6/Eudora light to my PM 7200/8.6/Eudora Light,
sometimes between Mac computers when I am upgrading to a 'new' computer.
Is there an easy way way to transfer individual e-mails or the complete
file between computers, preferably using zip disks?
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In article <nhull-D259DD.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Nick Hull <email@example.com> wrote:
> I need to transfer Eudors ma...Incomplete importation of Eudora mailboxes by Mail.app
During a recent vacation I upgraded my mother's iMac from OS 9 to
OS X. Previously she had been using Eudora 4.3 for mail, but rather
than installing the latest Eudora I simply imported her old mail
into Mail.app. This seemed to work, but there were two problems:
1) The dates on the imported inbox were all reasonable, but all
the dates on the imported outbox were set to the same time (the
time when I actually did the importation). When I opened up the
old Eudora under Classic I discovered that the messages in the
inbox all had normal Date: headers, but these were missing from