How to Migrate Eudora® from Windows® XP to Windows® 7?
Email Client: Eudora
STEP 1. Start Eudora on your computer.
STEP 2. Decide the location in order to save your files. It could be zip drive or removable storage drive.
STEP 3. Locate Eudora files. Extensions are .mbx and .toc.
STEP 4. After the successful installation of Windows 7 operating system on your old or new PC, download the latest version of Eudora. Or, insert the CD into CD-ROM.
STEP 5. Restore backup on your Windows 7 computer.
Some of the key features of Eudora:
- Eudora doesn't allow anything to run from your mail unless you want it to, stopping viruses and trojan horses cold. Eudora also warns users about opening emails with potentially dangerous content.
- One-time security login for site licensees.
- Add a picture or logo to your signature, you can also include a link to your company web site.
- Play your music for new mail and filters
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For migrating from Windows XP -- which is close to 70% of desktops today -- to Windows 7, consumers will require a 'clean' install of the new operating system. Users will need to migrate their Email clients such as Eudora, Thunderbird, Outlook Express and others by following these easy steps.
Don’t lose your emails and settings on Eudora when you migrate from Windows XP to Windows 7.