On Thu, 22 Apr 2004 05:42:00 +0100, in local.freebsd.questions you wrote:
Almost right, but not quite. You set up an IMAP server that stores mail in the desired format, add the IMAP support to Outlook, and then drag/drop the mail into the IMAP mailbox. There is no equivalent client-side export needed.
Not always possible, unfortunately. Outlook 2000 with a MAPI connection to an Exchange server lets you add a POP3 service but not IMAP.
I use Outlook 2000, but this is not a problem in my case, as I don't use Exchange. If I did though, I could get around it by copying all my mail from Exchange into a local .pst, hit the fantabulous "Reconfigure Mail Support" in Outlook and specify "Internet Only", then add the IMAP account and proceed as before.
Thanks everyone for your suggestions.
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