Re: convert .eml to .mbox in win32

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Today, many users are facing troubles about how to convert messages from Windows Live Mail into Thunderbird. Conversion of Live Mail to Thunderbird is not easy task because both supports different email format. Windows Live Mail supports .eml format while Thunderbird supports MBOX format. Without any help of third party tool, Live Mail to Thunderbird conversion is not possible.

In this situation the EML to MBOX Converter is reliable solution to convert your mail messages from Windows 7 mail into Thunderbird, The software also allows you to open or view .eml files into .mbox format with complete emails data like - Mata data (To, Cc, Bcc, Date, Time, From), Attachments & attachment, Content style and Formatting, Image, Hyperlink, Sub-folders & Email folder etc. For more information view below link >>

Re: convert .eml to .mbox in win32

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They do?

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Fine. Did you publish it on CPAN?


Re: convert .eml to .mbox in win32

On 09/06/14 19:27, shakespeare1 wrote:
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USD69 we should pay, for some dodgy-looking code, "completely risk-free  
from any type of virus"?

Since this is a Perl newsgroup let me add that I have some Perl code  
that does this.  It's not worked up for general distribution (still less  
CPAN) but you're welcome to it if you need it.  USD69 cheaper than this  
stuff, too, and runs anywhere Perl runs.


Henry Law            Manchester, England

Re: convert .eml to .mbox in win32

shakespeare1 wrote:
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You can just drag and drop EML files directly into Thunderbird no  
problem-o. Thunderbird could always import from Outlook and  
OutlookExpress with no addons required, not sure about Windows Live  
Mail, but if you export as EML Thunderbird has no problem with that  

Take care,


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