Transfer Email From Apple Mail To Outlook 2010
The Easy Way to Transfer Emails from Apple Mail to Outlook 2010.
If you're switching from a Mac to a PC you are quite likely to come across compatibility issues. This guide is written specifically to take you through the process of transferring your emails painlessly from Apple Mail, or Mac Mail, to Outlook 2010.
If you haven't already got Outlook 2010 set up, you can get it at Amazon.com at this link: Microsoft Outlook 2010
Click on the book cover to see a sample page. You'll see that the screenshots that come with the instructions are specific to both Apple Mail and Outlook 2010.
We've left nothing to chance, if you follow this guide the transfer process will work, you won't have compatibility problems ...and you won't waste time looking for solutions on the forums that may or may not work!
For more on how this particular solution will help you see Transfer Email.
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From Apple Mail
To Outlook 2010
You will need the following:
A good internet connection or patience if you have a lot of emails!
Your old email client needs to be running, i.e. if you only have a backup of your Outlook Express emails but you don’t have access to the program this method will not work for you
The new email client needs to be installed
Note that the email clients can be on the same or on different computers. It does not make a difference.
How long does it take?
This largely depends on three factors:
The number of emails
The size of your attachments
Your internet connection speed
A note on tranferring contacts
Transferring contacts can be a challenge.
Names and email addresses are pretty straight forward.
The work involved in transferring other fields from one type of address book to another varies a lot. Examples of other field types are home and business addresses, telephone numbers and the like. Most email clients provide some sort of mapping tool to map fields from an import file to the natively used format.
As a rule of thumb: the more exotic fields you have used the more work will be involved in mapping to your new address book.