It’s not often, but every now and then someone will ask if we accept BitCoin. The short answer is: yes, we do accept BitCoin. But… not automatically on the web site. If you wish to pay via BitCoin, send an email to specifying what you’d like to buy. We’ll reply
Eudora for Windows: Yes, as long as you do the conversion on the original PC. Otherwise, Emailchemy will only recover received attachments that were stored in the Attach folder. For Eudora Mac: Emailchemy can recover received attachments that have been saved to the Attachments folder, but not sent attachments. Why?
So you’ve converted all you mail and imported into your new email app and everything looks fine. But when you open up one of your old sent folders and you see a list of messages that show the From column instead of a To column. Your new email app doesn’t
You should be getting at least a message per second, but sometimes the upload seems to be unbearably slow. There are a number of factors that could be limiting the speed of the upload: The speed of your home internet connection uplink is much slower than your downlink. Most home
I’ve seen this happen when the RGE files were created on the Windows PC and then moved to the Mac. There are certain methods of moving files between Mac and PC that can screw up the encoding of the linefeed character. Try this method instead: 1) copy your PST files
The “garbage” is likely the base64-encoded attachments — which is the standard behind-the-scenes way of including attachments in a message. Most modern mail programs interpret this raw information correctly and display the attachments either inline or as icons within the message. Simple text file viewers will likely not display these
Some email programs will show the date you imported the converted mail as the date for each message in the message list. This is usually incorrect behavior of the new email application because it is trying to find a “received” date and not finding one. To fix this, change the
The simple answer is “yes, but indirectly.” For example… Does Emailchemy create Outlook PST files? No, but it creates files that can be imported into Outlook. Emailchemy converts email to open, standard formats (and a few variations) which are directly importable by most modern email programs. These formats are all
A complete list of supported email formats can be found on the Emailchemy web page and in the Emailchemy User Manual. Support for new formats is typically released in new major versions of Emailchemy.
The demo version of Emailchemy masks the subject and sender of each message with a “nag” message like “Please purchase Emailchemy”. This enables you to see that Emailchemy can convert all your email before you purchase. If you are still seeing these “nags” after you purchase, it usually means one