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How to Import CCMail archives into Outlook

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Folks,

Does a utility exist, or could someone assist me, to import CCMail archives ( .cca files) into outlook express or any other modern Email client?  I don't have a ccmail client, just the files.  On Win XP Pro.
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by:HemanthaKumar
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If you have Notes 6.5 then use the migration (nupgrade.exe) tool with option 1 to migrate ccmail to lotus notes mail.

~Hemanth
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by:qwaletee
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nupgrade has a ccmail option in all versions, not just 6.5.
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by:HemanthaKumar
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A typo : It is supposed to be 6/5
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by:support_king
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Sorry guys - should have mentioned I don't have access to any lotus software at all, be it Notes, ccMail or Domino.  I litreally only have a bunch of ccMail archive files (.cca's) that I wish to access.  Points still up for grabs.  I have 8500 points and would gladly give them all to the person who can resolve this one for me.
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by:HemanthaKumar
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It is not that big deal to download a copy of lotus notes client from lotus.com site and perform the migration
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RanjeetRain earned 1500 total points
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Outlook comes with the utility to perform such an import. The utility can be found witht he name Import.exe

you can see these two pages for further help:

http://www.frognet.net/help/archives/convert_email.php
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=262269
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by:qwaletee
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Ranjeet gave the best answer to the updated question.
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by:support_king
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None of the above answers are in any way correct.  Outlook does not allow you to import cca files.  Remember I do not have any form of Lotus client.  I had to purchase a 3rd party utility to access them.
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by:HemanthaKumar
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That is why you were given a suggestion to migrate cca to lotus notes mail !
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by:mdh32467
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Starting with Outlook 2000 (Outlook 97 does not have the option) it does give you the option to import ccmail archives. I'm doing that right now. Although it is a long and tedious process. I have over 1.4GB of archives I'm transfering and numerous folders and you have to do it one folder at a time.
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