Apple :: Transfer Messages From Mac Mail To Outlook 07
Feb 21, 2010
way to transfer messages from mac mail to Outlook 07 other than using an Imap account or setting up an Imap server plugin in outlook? I have to move ALOT of machines over and all have thousands of e-mails.
I've got a couple of accounts set up in Mail, and I'm anal about keeping a clean inbox. Is there any plugin of which I'm unaware that can automatically move messages in either server's inbox into an archive folder of my choosing, depending on the account?
Every time I get junk mail it says "mail thinks this is junk mail" But i never want to see the email at all. Its taking space on a list thousands of messeges long. Is there any way to use mail to block messeges from verizon, gap, best buy, etc all together? Or do I just have to unsubscribe from the 50 mailing lists I am on manually
I'm curious if the programs are identical, or if there is still a difference between the products? Ideally I'd like to have Office running in OSX, however if I have to I will run it in a VM. Mind you I'd like to avoid the headache of opening a VM to check my mail...
I've been using adium for sending messages to cells because MSN doesn't support it in OSX and my cell account only has 200 to it and I won't pay anymore for it, the reason I don't like adium is because I keep getting people sending me messages that I don't know and I try to block them but they keep coming, So is there another messenger app that I could use in OSX for SMS's
I set up mail with my Gmail account but I don't want it to download all my messages. Is there a way to set a limit to how many messages get stored in the computer? I have way too many messages and don't want to waste hard disk space.
Is there any way to make your mac mail passworded? Isn't it no -secure to have your inbox readily available at all times especially for work? How can you "close" mail and make it as for a password to open it?
I have tried since last night to configure my mac mail. I have read that I need to click "mail" then "preferences". However, "preferences" and most everything else is shaded. Does anyone have a clue why this might be?
I stopped using Thunderbird and switched to Mail entirely after I moved from Windows to Mac. Everything looks and works great. The only thing I am having problems is the "attachments" with the Mail software. All I want is just to add a file to a message. However, Mail puts everything inline with the text, tries to create preview of the pdf in the message (which doesn't work with complex pdf files that require "full" Acrobat), etc etc. For instance, today I had to send a pdf file before a 5:00PM deadline. It was around 4:55, I added the pdf to the message, and what I got was "Please wait while we generate the preview for your attachment" inline with the text. It didn't allow me to send the message, neither I wanted to send it without making sure that the attachment was added. It was stuck at that stage for about 30 seconds. Long story short, I sent it using Thunderbird and made it before the deadline. This may work great with inserting pictures into messages, but in situations like this, it doesn't...
Is there a way to have the attachments in an "attachment" box (similar to Thunderbird) without all the hoopla? In addition, my replies and forwards are sent as an attachment, even though I chose to include it in the main body of the message. Am I missing a setting somewhere?
I know it sounds Outlook-ish, but I think it'd be nice to be able to have my calendar and contacts show within Apple Mail -- that way, everything is right there in one window, and any changes I make are synced to Gmail / GCal, since that's the source of my calendar and contacts.
Have only found one reference to a since-defunct piece of software. Can this be done, preferably via freeware -- or even software options I missed?
I'm getting a new computer. My old one is at my parents house and has my entire iTunes library on it. I know I can't just plug my ipod into a new computer and upload the songs onto it, but I'm sure there's a way to transfer the library from my old computer to my new one.
How exactly can I do that? I assume it has something to do with an external hard drive, but I'm not sure.
I have a 250Gb Maxtor Harddrive which is 2.5" and formatted as FAT32 (so I'm able to use it on my Mac and work PC), I have roughly 100Gb worth of research documents on there already which I constantly update every fortnight. Just recently I tried to copy some video files onto the harddrive but it doesn't seem to work?
A few problems, it wouldn't copy as the little box always said 'preparing to copy' but never did anything so I kept restarting my Macbook untill it finally would copy and now it has copied over but I don't see the files on the harddrive?
is it possible to transfer pdf or powerpoint files from your computer to the ipad and then use the ipad to read them. By pdf files i mean like school syllabi, research papers, etc. As a student, I am looking for an alternate to using my laptop to read such material, and if the ipad fits these needs, I would like to purchase one.
I picked up a 320 GB HDD at walmart. It is USB which I know will work fine. What format does it have to be formatted in so I can copy the files from the mac running Leopard to a Windows machine running Vista?
I just bought an apple Time Capsule and started using it last night, router and switch works great, but can I use that as an external harddrive, because I tried to transfer files from my laptop to time capsule but it always gives me errors saying that the device is disconnected and whatnot. Anyone got any words on how to use it as an external harddrive freely? By the way, I use it on my Windows 7.
i have two macbooks connected to an airport extreme (i haven't actually got one yet), and i connect an external hard drive to the airport.
I want to share my external hard drive through my network. Just wondering how fast are the transfer speeds from the hard drive to the macbook using wireless? (ie copying a movie 700mb etc from the hard drive connected to the airport to my macbook using wireless)