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Eudora to Outlook Express conversion

Posted on 1998-08-28
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Hi,

After successful conversion of all of my messages they are all time stamped with conversion date/time. If I open any of the messages it still has the original date/time though.

Is there way to preserver the messages original date/time after conversion (or may be run some sort of post-conversion)? Is there utility some out there that'd fix it?

Thanks in advance.
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I have faced the same problem. I contacted both Microsoft and Eudora, they said that it was a problem and Microsoft may provide a workaround in the next version of Outlook Express.
Till then there is no solution. You have to live with it.
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Thanks for the info.
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