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Subject: [linux-help] Re: Mozilla crashes fixed!
From: Dustin Keib <dustin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 10:42:05 +0000
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DUH :) Thanks so much man.   I think I am actually set up for IMAP right now, 
but using it as POP due to some incompatibilities in WebStar (You know Miah 
w/the Macs and all...)  I will see if it is working now.  Do you know of any 
other way if it doesn't?  My other problem (well, not problem necessarily) is 
that I don't have a m$ box *anywhere* now to open them in outlook.  Just a 
.pst file is all.


On Wednesday 10 September 2003 03:32 am, Jeremy Johnstone wrote:
> Dustin,
> I can easily help you with the below as I recently did both (only one in
> reverse from kmail to Evo). For Outlook (not Outlook Express), the only
> reliable way to transfer them is to setup an IMAP server somewhere. Then
> what you need to do is drag and drop the email from the local folders
> (you can drag whole folders at a time) to the IMAP server's folders. The
> process from Outlook to IMAP is extremely slow (took me about 30 hours
> to do 50,000 emails). Once you got them in the IMAP server then you need
> to configure your linux client to use the IMAP server then reverse the
> process. Thankfully, the second step is much much faster. To get your
> email from Evo to kmail, then you need to simply move the email from the
> evolution directory tree to the kmail directory. Assuming you use mbox
> format, this process is very fast and quick. If you use maildir (like
> me) you might have to write a bash/tcsh shell script to move the email
> if you got a lot of emails in your maildir because it will be to many
> arguments on the command line if you use mv * /home/user/Mail/foldername
> for example. If you have questions or need further help, simply just
> ask.
> Jeremy

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