Eudora to Eudora OSE Upgrade

If Eudora OSE was installed on your computer by your department’s IT Staff but your Eudora settings have not yet been imported you will need to do the following:

  1. Double-click on the Eudora OSE icon on your desktop.
  2. To import your mail into Eudora OSE, click on Tools.
  3. Click on Import.
  4. Choose Mail.
  5. Click on Next.
  6. Choose Eudora.
  7. Click on Next

    Windows User

  8. Use the Browse for Folder window locate your mail directory.
  9. Click on the My Computer icon.
  10. Click on the C: drive.
  11. Now browse to location of the mail file.

    Note: The mail file/folder is usually c:\mail or C:\Documents and Settings\ghalpin.CLA\Application Data\Qualcomm\Eudora. You will to substitute your User ID where ghalpin is listed.

    Mac User

  12. In the window that pops up, locate your mail directory.

    Note: There are three possible locations for the Eudora Folder depending on your operating system and which version of Eudora you initially installed on your computer:
     

  13. Possible Location #1: System Folder
    If you initially installed Eudora under OS 9.0 and below, the Eudora Folder is located in the System Folder under the following path: Macintosh HD:System Folder:Eudora Folder, where Macintosh HD is the name of the startup drive.
     
  14. Possible Location #2: Documents Folder
    If you initially installed Eudora under Mac OS 9.1, the Eudora Folder is located in the System Folder under the following path: Macintosh HD:Documents:Eudora Folder, where Macintosh HD is the name of the startup drive.
     
  15. Possible Location #3: Users Documents Folder
    If you initially installed Eudora under Mac OS X, the Eudora Folder is located in the Documents folder of the user's Home directory: Macintosh HD/Users/user name/Documents/Eudora Folder/, where Macintosh HD is the name of the startup drive, and user name is the log-in name of the current user.
     
  16. You will be presented will a summary of the messages imported.
  17. Next click on Finish.      

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