Re: How to transfer stuff from Eudora to Windows Mail (or Thunderb
Thank you, Dave! Researching back, I also saw your earlier post in response
to a similar question. Since you've used Eudora and prefer Tbird, that's
enough to convince me to try it. I'll report back later on how it went. Thx
> I prefer Thunderbird over Windows Mail and Windows Live Mail. It will
> directly import the Eudora messages and contacts.
> Vista Home Premium 32 SP1
> "szq" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Does anyone know how to transfer email messages (and/or) addresses from
> > Eudora (v.7) to Windows Mail? I'm setting up a new computer with Vista,
> > and
> > trying to migrate over my "stuff" from an XP computer. I know I can kluge
> > the addresses by converting the nickname files to CSV format (pain, but
> > doable, I think). However, I haven't found how to pull over the messages.
> > Windows mail help (NOT!) says it can easily import messages from other
> > apps,
> > including Eudora, but when I follow the provided directions to import
> > messages, no option for Eudora or any "other" program pops up. Big lie.
> > I've used and loved Eudora for many years, but it's phasing out of
> > supporting its products and the new v. is only beta. I figured I'd live
> > with
> > WinMail as it's improved over Outlook products which I don't love.
> > I've also heard really good things about Thunderbird. I would convert to
> > it
> > if the transition is easier. Any help and/or recommends??