apr wrote:The second option on the MF import dialog as shown below:
Ah! Of course. After you make the selection, you get the dialog window. Thanks.
mbierly wrote:I would appreciate anyone who would be willing to take the time to import their Eudora emails and let me know how successful/unsuccessful it was. That would be the most quantifiable assessment of the import that could "officially" go on record.
rwz wrote:Mike, I feel like this is an issue that needs an official voice. I know you have made some comments, but I really am none the wiser for my original question. MF's import orphaned most of my attachments. Would you please give a definitive answer? If a person new to MF was to move form Eudora to MF what would you advise as being the best method?
rmillstein wrote:I'd like to test the mail import, but frankly, it doesn't make sense for me to make the effort until I know I can send and check mail from both my email accounts, and right now, I can send and check from one but only send from the other. Indeed, there's no point in me doing any testing at all until I know that works... so, in addition to the bug report I already posted to Mantis, I am wondering what other information I can provide that will produce a solution. As I noted in my bug report, Matt said it was an easy fix... but then he went awol until he gave up MF....
rwz wrote:My import has finish using 3.1.2 -- seems like all the mail and mailboxes but there are no status symbols on any of the 3684 files in the INBOX.
Out of 4482 attachments only 94 were imported.
Only one of five accounts was loaded.
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