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ABC Amber Outlook Converter 4.14 - User Guide and FAQ

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Frequently Asked Questions - ABC Amber Outlook Converter

  1. How to convert eml files to msg files?
    1. Select "Import" tab.
    2. Click "Open a folder with EML/NWS Files" button.
    3. Select the folder with your eml files.
    4. Click OK button.

    After that you will see all emails displayed in the list. Select the messages you want to convert and click "Convert to MSG" button.

  2. I need to convert msg files into something my PC can read. Could you give me a step by step instruction to convert just one email file from msg to say RTF format?
    1. Select "MSG" tab
    2. Click "Open a folder with MSG Files" button
    3. Select the folder with your msg files
    4. Click OK button.

    After that you will see all emails displayed in the list. Select the messages you want to convert and click "Save As" button.

  3. I've just bought Outlook Converter and my question is: When I import emails in Outlook 2000 (SP3) with exchange 2000 from Pegasus, in this case, the date of email is today instead of the real received date. Is it possible to import mails directly with the good date?
    This is a restriction of MS Outlook, but we found a way how to make it. Please update your copy to v1.15 (or greater) and select "real received date" option.

    After that you will see all emails displayed in the list. Select the messages you want to convert and click "Save As" button.

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