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    But don't worry; I am pretty certain I am not going to get this in Mail, which I am going to stick with anyway, and life must go on!

    I would have thought that some combinations of Rules, Smart Folders, Email message color label, and copies should do what you need, or maybe even something like Automator could help. And don't forget to use some various websearches.

    I, and I imagine, quite a few other Mac users are still trying to find an email client that could work and get modified as well as the old Eudora.app.




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    Hi, reading your message, I think if you often use e-mail, in that case I can recommend you good online service, which I personally use almost every day.

    I found it somewhere about half a year ago, on the Internet, and still using it. I want to advice you the product that making email migration an easy ride - time after time. You may look on email extraction tool here for more details. Additional options make it possible to recreate the original mailbox folders structure in on your hard drive, keep the original dates of creation for all extracted files and define a standard name for messages with an empty subject field, and so forth.
    I think you worth to try it once, and you will see by yourself. With so many free and commercial tools and services available today, no wonder people get confused and give up too soon.

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    Hi, reading your message, I think if you often use e-mail, in that case I can recommend you good online service, which I personally use almost every day.

    Unfortunately maybe, it seems to be restricted as it's name implies: Data Extraction Kit for Outlook

    Also, not exactly a Mac app:
    System Requirements: OS Microsoft Windows®, Microsoft Outlook® v.2000-2016 (standalone installation, at least one local .pst user profile should be configured). Sources: Outlook PST file or Outlook User Profile.
    Just saying, just some basic details about it for Mac use…

    Or did I misread something with a quick glance over.




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