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AOL - Exporting e-mails to folder


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musang

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I'm finally making the leap from AOL dial-up to broadband with another ISP.

AOL say there's no way to export the contents of my saved e-mails (i.e the Personal Filing Cabinet, stored on my computer) and favourite places to a folder. I've manually cut and pasted all the fave places, but doing the same with each and every e-mail message body wouldn't be worth the effort.

I have managed to print out a list of the saved e-mail addresses from Address Book, as I can't figure out how to export them to a folder, but I do find I refer to the contents of saved e-mails quite often.

AOL have no interest in helping of course, as they know I'm leaving.

Anyone know a work-round?

Many Thanks - musang. No 't'.
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Major Payne

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Might take a look at following:

How do I export my America Online (AOL) Address Book and Email?
Switching to a new mail program
Importing and exporting your mail
microsoft.public.mac.office.entourage

Those are a few.

Ron
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Major Payne

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Might take a look at following:

How do I export my America Online (AOL) Address Book and Email?
Switching to a new mail program
Importing and exporting your mail
microsoft.public.mac.office.entourage

Those are a few.

Ron
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