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what software for transferring windows email to mac?


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Are programs like O2M and Thunderbird pretty popular or are there better apps out there for transferring email? Thanks

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I was using outlook on windows, and Outlook2Mac to transfer it over to OSX - worked great for me.

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As stated, Outlook2Mac works well and is a good bargain at $10.00. However, if you're looking for an app that's free, then Thunderbird is the best choice. T-Bird will convert both Outlook and OE mail which then can be converted to Mac Mail.

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I used O2M as well and it was worth the 10$ no issues. I transferred 10 yrs worth of outlook mail...
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