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    Moving Email From Evolution to Thunderbird

    Hey All,
    I was wondering how I would move my Email from Evolution to Thunderbird. All the mail from my ISP is on my local harddrive because apparently I asked Evolution to download the mail, so they are not on my ISP's server anymore. I'm quite satisfied with Thunderbird now [I use it for my server's email], and wanted to move it. I tried Google with not a lot of help. I was hoping one of you might have done something like this or similar.

    Thanks,
    Shebang

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    Re:Moving Email From Evolution to Thunderbird


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    Re:Moving Email From Evolution to Thunderbird

    Thanks Trickster! I will try it soon!.

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    Re:Moving Email From Evolution to Thunderbird

    [quote author=trickster link=board=2;threadid=10320;start=0#msg92995 date=1111943376]
    http://www.socklabs.com/node/154
    [/quote]

    I tried it today and it worked great! Thanks much trickster!

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    Re:Moving Email From Evolution to Thunderbird

    Glad it helped. Thunderbird is an awesome client.

    ~ Nick

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    Mason Developer
    Admin Socklabs.com

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