[Spambayes] OT: How to send a Unix mbox of mail to an Outlook user?
Amedee Van Gasse
amedee at amedee.be
Wed Nov 29 08:04:03 CET 2006
Op dinsdag 28-11-2006 om 23:04 uur [tijdzone -0600], schreef
skip at pobox.com:
> I have a bunch of email messages in typical Unix mbox format. I wrapped
> them up in a MIME digest and forwarded them to my correspondent, but cc'd my
> gmail address as well. Gmail didn't do anything useful with the attachment
> (like explode the digest into individual emails), so I'm skeptical that my
> Outlook-using correspondent will get them in a form he can use. I won't
> know until tomorrow sometime, but I'm skeptical this worked. Any thoughts?
Your correspondent could install a local POP3 or IMAP server
implementation, preferably something originally Unix/Linux that has been
ported to Windows. Or he could use Cygwin.
Once he has that local mailserver, he can use his Outlook client as
I know about a tool that directly converts .pst files to mbox format,
but I don't know about any tool that does the opposite... (perhaps
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