Eudora migration


E

ewilts

I've read some of the historical threads but haven't seen a clear
answer to this issue. I have an existing Eudora 6.2 installation (in a
non-default folder but that can be changed) and I want to migrate all
the e-mail (with attachments) and the contacts to Outlook 2003. What
is the best option these days? It seems like going the Eudora ->
Outlook Express -> Outlook will lose the attachments which I can't
afford to do.

Are there commercial tools or services for this? I need only a 1-time
migration and then I'll be done.

Thanks,
.../Ed
 
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E

Eric Fookes

It will lose the attachments if Eudora mail files were moved to another
location, or if there is a change in drive letter, or if you try to import
from a backup location (like a CD-ROM). Worse still, the MS Outlook and
Outlook Express import tool loses embedded contents from Eudora mail (for
example, you lose all pictures that senders insert in their mail). And you
get no warning about this.

Aid4Mail doesn't have these issues and can import Eudora mail directly into
MS Outlook:
http://www.aid4mail.com/
 

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