LinuxWorld: Unlocking the Windows-based mailboxNov 28, 2000, 20:44 (4 Talkback[s])
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"This month Richard Sharpe goes postal. Follow along as he provides a step-by-step tutorial on converting your old Eudora, Netscape, and Outlook messages into Balsa and kmail files...."
"Like many people, I started out reading my mail on Unix systems using mail clients such as mh and xmh, and then shifted to Windows-based clients such as Eudora or Netscape Messenger. When I got a new laptop about a year ago and decided to run Linux on it, I found that I could not abandon the large amount of mail I had built up under Eudora. So I installed Windows under VMware, copied my Eudora files over, and still had access to my accumulated mail. I also have a tape somewhere that contains all the mail I had accumulated under Unix from years before."
"However, the time has come to move to a Linux-based mail client. This month's article will explore ways to read your mail under Linux and still access all the mail you have accumulated under Eudora, Netscape Messenger, or even some of the Outlook variants."
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