Converting Netscape email ->Outlook express in win xp media center

Discussion in 'Windows Media Center' started by Aby :), Jan 17, 2007.

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    Aby :) Guest

    Is there a import limit to import netscape files and folders to outlook
    express. I have over 3 gb that I want to covert over to outlook2003.

    Netscape 4.79 does not export. The only way I can even get some of the
    messages is to import them into outlook express and then import them later to
    outlook2003.

    I keep getting "ERROR - not all the files in ____ folder could be imported..."

    If there another piece of software I should be using, feel free to tell me
    what I should use.

    I have all the emails I have either sent or recieved going back to 1996. I
    want to keep them even longer. I use this machine for both business and
    pleasure (home office)

    thanks
     
    Aby :), Jan 17, 2007
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    S.Sengupta Guest

    S.Sengupta, Jan 17, 2007
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    Aby :) Guest

    thanks for your response to my question. I understand the process. I was able
    to move the files to outlook express and had planned on moving them to
    outlook 2003.

    My question is, is there a limit on the number of files and or directories
    that can be imported? Some of the directories and files are imported in their
    entirety. Othes give me the "ERROR - not all the files in ____ folder could
    be imported..."

    I did notice tonight that in some instances, I do have some emails that I
    have filed that show up as unread. Would this be where the error originates?
    It has to be this or some sort of cap that outlook express has in importing.

    Please advise.

     
    Aby :), Jan 18, 2007
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    Jaime Guest

    You also might find more help and experts by posting this question in a
    newsgroup specific to Outlook Express/Outlook (or possible even a Netscape
    forum) rather than this one which is for Windows Media Center Edition.
    --
    James
    Orlando (Goofy says "Hey!"), Florida

     
    Jaime, Jan 18, 2007
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