Aid4Mail can process and export mail from Mac Eudora mailbox files, but it cannot create Eudora mailbox files. Since Aid4Mail is a Windows application, it will only run on Intel-based Macs that are running Windows or Wine, and on PowerPC Macs using Virtual PC. We recommend that you run Aid4Mail on a Windows system as it will process mail much faster that way. If these options are not available to you, Fookes Software's help desk offers a Mac-version of Aid4Mail. Contact the help desk for more information.
To migrate your Mac Eudora messages to a Windows email program, first transfer your files from Mac to Windows. You can also copy your Mac Eudora mailbox files to a CD, DVD, or USB drive, which Aid4Mail can then access from your Windows computer. Use the “Mac Eudora” mail source option under the “Qualcomm Eudora” section in Aid4Mail to select your mailbox files and then choose the appropriate target email format when you reach the Target Format screen.
Aid4Mail expects to find the mailbox files under the “Mail Folder” folder, attachments in the “Attachments Folder” folder, and embedded contents in the “Parts Folder” folder. All three folders share the same parent folder. If your attachment and embedded contents files are in a different location, see the instructions under the “Fixing Attachment Folder References” topic in the Aid4Mail Help file.
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