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urgent solution need for Eudora export and Outlook import

by kulfi / April 6, 2006 5:09 PM PDT

hii all

i am using eudora 5.2 now i wan to change my mail client to outlook 2000 .. i wnt to export all files from eudora and import to outlook so any y1 help me ....
thanks in advance
selvam

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Have you tried opening Outlook ...

and clicking the File menu then selecting "Import and Export..." then choosing to "Import Internet Mail and Addresses"?

Doing so will open a dialog allowing you to select the mail program to import from.

Haven't used eudora in many years so I don't know if it allows you to export the mail and addresses as comma deliminated text files, but if it does that is another route you could take. Export from Eudora then IMPORT the CSV file(s) into Outlook using the same processes as above with the exception that you would select to "Import from another program or file".

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Try the applicatiion and MS Office forums.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 7, 2006 9:49 AM PDT

It's more on target to your question whereas this is the Windows 2000/NT (operating system) forum.

Bob

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hii friend
by kulfi / May 1, 2006 4:44 PM PDT

i got an solution i can import outlook express so i did it

from eudora to outlook express
thankx

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eudora migration to outlook
by perryfs / November 14, 2009 9:02 AM PST
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