Import from Mozilla Thunderbird?


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Thomas Bartlett

Is it possible to import mail messages to Outlook 2003 from Mozilla
Thunderbird so that they can be viewed in Outlook in all other ways treated
as fully integrated with the Outlook environment? I use a standalone
installation of Outlook, not networked, on a home computer. I have used
Thunderbird as a news reader and backup email client. Some email collected
there when the machine on which Outlook is installed was out of service
recently, so there's a gap in the mail files in Outlook, which I'd like to
fill.

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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

Is it possible to import mail messages to Outlook 2003 from Mozilla
Thunderbird so that they can be viewed in Outlook in all other ways
treated as fully integrated with the Outlook environment? I use a
standalone installation of Outlook, not networked, on a home computer. I
have used Thunderbird as a news reader and backup email client. Some
email collected there when the machine on which Outlook is installed was
out of service recently, so there's a gap in the mail files in Outlook,
which I'd like to fill.
See if this helps: http://sillydog.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2062
 
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John Mayson

Is it possible to import mail messages to Outlook 2003 from Mozilla
Thunderbird so that they can be viewed in Outlook in all other ways treated
as fully integrated with the Outlook environment? I use a standalone
installation of Outlook, not networked, on a home computer. I have used
Thunderbird as a news reader and backup email client. Some email collected
there when the machine on which Outlook is installed was out of service
recently, so there's a gap in the mail files in Outlook, which I'd like to
fill.
Outlook 2003 doesn't do this natively. If you have a GMail account you
can enable IMAP, push mail out of Thunderbird into your GMail account,
then pull it down into Outlook.
 

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