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Importing OE into Yahoo


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tjmcs

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Greetings,

Hopefully, this is the correct forum. I need to import Outlook Express messages and contacts into Yahoo mail. I have searched the web for instructions and am reading confusing instructions. My problem is, I am importing from one computer (an XP harddrive from a machine with a blown mobo) into another computer (a Win7 machine).

I have a Rosewill cable converter adapter (RCW608) that I use with my XP machine to access files on another XP hd. I plan on accessing my friends XP drive with it. Since I can access the drive, how do I import OE into yahoo?

I hope I have not confussed you to bad. Please ask for clarification if needed.

Thank you.

joe
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Yahoo Mail is an online email solution. You don't "import" anything into it. You just log into the website and the emails are there.

If you want the emails from Outlook Express onto the Windows 7 machine, you'll need to download Windows Live Mail first, then import them into that. There is no Outlook Express in Windows 7.
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Hi, Neil

Outlook Express emails and contacts can be imported into Live Mail?
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Windows Live Mail, the program, yes.
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Thank you.

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