- Open Apple Mail, and select “Import Mailboxes” from the file menu at the top of the screen.
- Select “Other” from the “Import Data From:” option window. Click “Continue.”
- Navigate to wherever you have chosen to store the Mbox file on the hard drive, and click “Choose.”
- Select the Mbox file(s) that you would like imported by checking the appropriate box and clicking “Continue.”
- Wait for the file(s) to import, and then go back to Apple Mail.
- Notice that the new imported mailbox will be located in the “Import” section of Apple Mail.
Microsoft Outlook Express 2010
- Download and install the latest version of Eudora for Windows (see Resources). There is no way to directly export Mbox files to Outlook, so an intermediary is necessary.
- Append the extension “.mbx” to the Mbox file. In other words, if the file is named “InboxMBOX,” rename it “InboxMBOX.mbx”.
- Move the .mbx file to the “C:\Documents and Settings\<user>\Application Data\Qualcomm\Eudora” directory.
- Open Eudora. Double-click the .mbx file, which will finalize creation of the mailbox. Then quit Eudora.
- Open Outlook Express. Select from the “File” menu “Import” and then “Messages….”
- Select “Eudora,” and click “Next.”
- Navigate to the directory to which you moved the .mbx file, and click “OK.”
- Click “Next” twice and then “Finish.”
- Find the imported mailbox, which will be located in the “Local Folders” section of Outlook Express.
- Open Outlook 2010, and click the “File” tab from the ribbon. Select “Open” from the menu.
- Click “Import,” and select “Import Internet Mail and Addresses.” Click “Next.”
- Select the “Outlook Express 4.x, 5.x, 6.x or Windows Mail” option, and make sure “Import Mail” is checked. Click “Next” again.
- Find the imported mailbox, which will be located in “Outlook Today – [Personal Folders].”
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