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Emailchemy 13.1 Released

software-updateEmailchemy 13.1 introduces a new output format: Outlook for Mac OLM files. By converting directly to Outlook OLM files, users of Outlook for Mac 2016 will finally have a way to import mail without having to use Emailchemy’s built-in IMAP server. Emailchemy’s Outlook OLM files can be created on Mac, Windows or Linux and Outlook does not need to be installed.

We have successfully tested Emailchemy’s Outlook OLM files with Outlook 2011 and Outlook 2016. However, please note that the import of Outlook OLM files can take quite some time. For example, importing a 5.5GB OLM file into Outlook 2016 on a brand-new MacBook Pro took about 10 minutes.

Emailchemy 13.1 is a free update for Emailchemy 13.0 license owners.

Emailchemy 13.0 Released

software-updateEmailchemy 13.0 is now available for download. It includes several new converters and a powerful new message filtering capability. Emailchemy 13 is a free upgrade for current license holders. If your license is more than 1 year old, you will be able to use Emailchemy 13 by purchasing a license renewal (contact support for details).

The new formats are:

  • AOL for Mac (v3 and newer)
  • AOL Desktop for Mac
  • Apple Mail v9 (El Capitan)
  • CompuServe v3 and v4 for Windows
  • Outlook 2015/2016 for Mac

As always, Emailchemy converts the emails from these applications – not the tasks, notes, contacts, calendar, rules or whatever else. The email organization (the folders) is preserved in the conversion, and in all converters but AOL for Mac, attachments are preserved as well.

The new filtering capability is pretty cool. The filter is now a step in the Conversion Wizard tool. If you don’t want to use it, select “Convert All Messages” and Emailchemy will work as it always has. Otherwise, it works a bit like how you might setup filtering rules in your email application.

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First, select which attribute you want to filter on in the first dropdown on the left:

  • Date Sent
  • Folder Name
  • Sender
  • Recipient
  • Subject

Then, select how you want to match the attribute in the first column. The matching operators you can select here may be different depending on the attribute.

For Date Sent, you can choose:

  • is the date
  • is on or after
  • is before

For all other attributes, you can choose:

  • contains
  • begins with
  • ends with
  • does not contain
  • is equal to

Finally, enter the date or text you want to match on and your rule is complete. If you want to add another rule, click the “+” button at the end of the rule. To delete a rule, click the “-” button at the end of the rule.

Look for a blog post soon for examples.

Emailchemy 9.8.6 released

Emailchemy 9.8.6 is now available on the website. This maintenance release includes:

  • Performance improvements for Google Apps Uploader
  • Configurable number of automatic retries in Google Apps Uploader command line interface
  • Claris Emailer 2.0 converter now preserves international characters

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Emailchemy 9.8.1 released

Version 9.8.1 is a maintenance update with a few bug fixes and one new feature. It’s a free update to all who have access to any 9.x release of Emailchemy. If you are converting Outlook, Claris Emailer 1.x, or Entourage cache files, then you should install this update.

The new feature is for setting a default sender for Claris Emailer 1.x sent messages that don’t have a sender recorded. Claris Emailer assumed that the email was sent from you, the user of Claris Emailer, so it didn’t (or doesn’t, if there’s anyone still using it) bother to record that bit of information. Having a default sender is a convenience, if anything, so that when you view these messages in another email app, you no longer have to guess who sent them.
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