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    Exporting Outlook Express (Mac) Email to Outlook2000 (pc)

    Exporting Outlook Express (Mac) Email to Outlook2000 (pc)

    anybody know how to do this... would be handy because I have to move thousands of emails of a pile of macs to a load of PC's.
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    Xbox why have you forsaken me? moospot's Avatar
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    Just export the .pst file and import on your pc. They are fully compatible.

    Source: http://www.microsoft.com/mac/product...&navindex=s13b

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    Originally posted by moospot
    Just export the .pst file and import on your pc. They are fully compatible.
    OUTLOOK EXPRESS! Does not use .pst files never has and probably never will this is my problem. I need to move OUTLOOK EXPRESS 4.5 mail on a load of Mac's over to Outlook 2000 exchange server mailboxes.
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    Xbox why have you forsaken me? moospot's Avatar
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    Oops, my bad. I thought I read Outlook, not OE.

    You can always go the roundabout way and import your stuff from OE to Outlook (if you have it) and then export your .pst file.

    Have you tried searching the Microsoft knowledge base?
    Last edited by moospot; Dec 13, 2001 at 09:57.

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    Figured it out :O) you create a mail rule that says

    redirect all messages to address@domain.com

    then select all the messages and apply the rule

    job done, no fancy apple scripts / software / upgrades.

    took me 3 days to figure that out
    Drinky


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