FAQ: Does Emailchemy convert mail from …?

A complete list of supported email formats can be found on the Emailchemy web page and in the Emailchemy User Manual. Support for new formats is typically released in new major versions of Emailchemy.

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10 Responses to FAQ: Does Emailchemy convert mail from …?

  1. Andy Holder says:

    I am trying to convert Windows Live Mail (eml I think) to Thunderbird (mbox). It doesn’t look like you software does that. Help!

  2. matt says:

    Windows Live Mail does indeed use the .eml format. Even though Emailchemy doesn’t have Windows Live Mail listed as a supported format (yet), it can convert this to Thunderbird folders. Try this: using the conversion wizard, select “RFC-2822 Message Folders” in step 1, then select the “Local Folders” folder found inside the Windows Mail data folder. Convert this to Thunderbird mail folder and then copy the resulting files to the Thunderbird “Mail/Local Folders” folder. Email me if you need more help.

  3. Yeshan says:

    will it work with a .PST from any version of outlook ?

  4. matt says:

    All Windows versions of Outlook are currently supported. Outlook for Mac (“Outlook:mac 2001″) is in development.

  5. Brian says:

    Does Emailchemy convert mail from EarthLink MailBox?

  6. matt says:

    Sorry, no, Emailchemy does not convert from Earthlink mailboxes.

  7. stephen says:

    does it convert from groupwise archives?

  8. Mike says:

    Can you read Entourage 2008 Databases?

  9. matt says:

    Yes, Emailchemy can read Entourage 2001, X, 2004, and 2008 Databases.

  10. matt says:

    No, Emailchemy doesn’t read Groupwise archives, but we’d like it to. Do you have a sample you could share?

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