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Transfering saved Comcast folders to Eudora 7.1

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I have successfully established a connection with Eudora and my Comcast e-mail account to send and receive mail.  Now I am wondering how to effectively transfer  my personal folders located on Comcast to new mailboxes within Eudora  (with ease and automation of course!).
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Hello tty5,

Do you have POP3 or IMAP access from Comcast?  If you have POP3, you can download emails from Inbox to Eudora.

If you have IMAP access, you can show all the folders in a set of IMAP folders in Eudora. Then just copy the emails from IMAP folders to Local Folders. It is like copying emails directly from server.

Hope this helps!
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