Posted on 2006-11-19
Last Modified: 2013-11-15
hi every body
please help i have a problem that there one pc running linux fedora os i need to replace this os with ms os but i can not back-up the mails
so i need to back up the mails to work on ms operating system "ms outlook or outlook express"

please help ...............

thank you
Question by:mohamedsalah082
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Copy your MBox folders to your windows machine.  Once there, you just need to install and run this utility.  It will convert your MBOX files to EML.  Microsoft outlook express can read the converted eml files just fine.

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