Want to know how to transfer Eudora data to Outlook? Read this article where we are explaining methods to export Eudora emails and contacts to Outlook.
Eudora is a free email service which is available for Windows, Mac, Linux and other operating systems. Eudora uses MBOX file for emails storage and CSV file for contacts storage. No doubt Eudora performs several functions but it is not an updated email client. It is also seen that people are leaving it and moving towards the updated email client Outlook. Outlook is a simplified and secure email client which is available when a user purchases MS Office Suite. Outlook uses PST file for storing emails, contacts, journals, calendars etc.
Users decided to export all data from Eudora to Outlook and are moving towards Outlook because Eudora is not developed since 2007 and has stopped providing additional support to its users.
First of all, install Outlook Express to your system and follow the steps to export Eudora emails to Outlook –
To export Eudora Address Book to Outlook, first export CSV file which is address book file in Eudora client and then import it into MS Outlook. Given below are the steps to do this –
It has been found that most of the users find the manual solution tough and complicated to export Eudora emails to Outlook. The reason behind this need Outlook Express, lengthy procedure and not suitable for a large amount of data. However, you can use manual methods to export Eudora Address Book to Outlook as these steps are easy and simple to follow.
Due to the shortcomings of manual procedure to migrate Eudora emails to Outlook, we have come up with a professional solution named Softaken Eudora Converter that will convert Eudora MBOX files to PST format of Outlook with some simplified steps and provides quick results without any difficulties and errors.
Steps to convert Eudora MBOX files to Outlook PST
I hope the above article helps the users to move entire emails and address book from Eudora to MS Outlook without facing any loss of information and without any alterations to the original database.