Apple Mail to Outlook migration becomes necessary when users switch over to Windows OS from Mac OS and start using Outlook as their email client. And the discontinued MBOX email client Eudora was helpful for Apple Mail users to migrate their MBOX mailboxes to MS Outlook.
Of course, performing this migration is not easy, but you can definitely manage to convert MBOX files into PST format. For this, you first need to import all the Apple Mail mailbox data to an MBOX file. Follow the steps below to do it:
The imported mailbox is located in the Import section of Apple mail. Now, you must have Eudora to complete the conversion as you cannot directly migrate these files to Outlook Express and then to MS Outlook. Follow the steps given to convert emails from each email client:
Imported mailbox is generally present in the "Local Folders" section.
You can now access the files easily from Outlook.
Difficulties in manual Apple Mail to Outlook migration and alternatives
This entire process needs certain amount of time and specific skill set, that is, it is not very easy and time taking to perform the MBOX to PST migration. Hence, a third party MBOX to PST conversion tool is used. Other than being easy to use and interactive, the Free Convert MBOX to PST tool is embedded with excellent features that perform complete MBOX migration within minutes. The software allows user to refine migration based on email properties to save the converted data in PST, MSG, RTF, EML, TXT, HTML, PDF, MHTML, DBX file formats. Also, mailboxes data can be saved to Email Servers (GroupWise Server, Lotus Domino, Exchange Server), and web mails (Gmail, iCloud, AOL etc.). In addition to Apple Mail, this tool migrates mailboxes of many other MBOX email clients like Eudora, Thunderbird, etc.) Available in Trial version, for the users to check its functionalities before purchase, the software is the simplest and most effective way to perform MBOX to PST migration.
The current status of Eudora email client
The development of Eudora commercial version was discontinued by Qualcomm and the free version was moved to the Mozilla open source platform (by the name Penelope/Eudora OSE).
But later, even the development of Eudora OSE was stopped and users were advised to switch over to Thunderbird.