Google is shutting down the interfaces that Emailchemy uses to upload email messages into Google Apps accounts. Emailchemy’s Google Apps Uploader tool will now display a warning message every time it launches, and the feature will be removed completely in an update after April 15. We apologize for this inconvenience,
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
Emailchemy 10.1 was released with these changes: Improved IMAP server performance – faster imports New Google Apps Uploader feature to fixes Gmail’s Sent folder for uploaded mail New option for better handling of international characters in folder names The new Google Apps Uploader feature requires a bit of an explanation.
Emailchemy 9.8.8 is now available on the website. This maintenance release includes: Improved Entourage Recovery converter recovers more deleted messages Entourage converter now extracts meeting accepted/rejected response messages Fixed Google Apps Uploader’s handling of messages with quoted-printable and base64-encoded text bodies
Here’s a walkthrough I recently sent to a customer who had questions about how the Google Apps Uploader works. I’m posting it here for future reference. 1) Using either the “Conversion Wizard” or “Advanced Conversion” tool in Emailchemy’s toolbox, convert your mail to Standard mbox Format, giving it a name
Emailchemy’s Google Apps Uploader tool gives you the option of selecting a few different kinds of automatic labeling. If you select “Full Hierarchy”, then the entire folder hierarchy (path) will become a label. Gmail uses these labels for faking IMAP folders to an IMAP client. The other is to select