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Export mail from Netscape Communicator 4.76 and import to Outlook 2000

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   I use NetscapeCommunicator 4.76  with IMAP (Server A) to check my mail, now I use other SW (outlook2000) to check my mail with IMAP (with Server B).
How to export the mail from nescatpe and then import to Outlook 2000
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GUEENCommented:
Easiest method would be to open Outlook express and select file import - netscape communicator (import all messages.)
Then -select (from Outlook Express) - export all messages
to outlook :)
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KangaRooCommented:
Is this a one time action? Are you going to stop using Netscape? You can add the IMAP server A to your Outlook accounts.

This is IMAP, you can create a new folder on the IMAP server, move the messages you want exported. Then in Outlook, define the proper IMAP account and go to the folder with the 'exported' messages.
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nbaAuthor Commented:
I can set up IMAP in Outlook, when I setup , i only find pop3 account (outlook2000)
would u tell  me the steps which create a new folder on the IMAP server in Outlook 2000?
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GUEENCommented:
If you are using Office 2000 in CW mode MS does not have a mapi imap transport - but here is one:
http://www.cdc.com/imapsp/
You would have to switch to IMO mode to add imap - see here:
http://groups.google.com/groups?q=outlook+2000+imap+internet+mail&hl=en&safe=off&rnum=6&selm=%23tnQiN0Q%24GA.204%40cppssbbsa05
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