If you’ve tried importing email from Emailchemy’s IMAP server into Outlook 2016 for Mac lately, you may have noticed that most messages were blank. The blank messages were caused by a recent software update from Microsoft that changed how Outlook Mac reads messages from an IMAP server. Today, we’ve released
Emailchemy 13.2 adds the ability to convert emails from Apple Mail “V4” folders found in macOS Sierra. It also includes a change to the embedded IMAP server used for importing email into Outlook and many other IMAP-compatible email applications. The IMAP server previously would mark folders on the server as
Emailchemy 13.1 introduces a new output format: Outlook for Mac OLM files. By converting directly to Outlook OLM files, users of Outlook for Mac 2016 will finally have a way to import mail without having to use Emailchemy’s built-in IMAP server. Emailchemy’s Outlook OLM files can be created on Mac,
Emailchemy 13.0 is now available for download. It includes several new converters and a powerful new message filtering capability. Emailchemy 13 is a free upgrade for current license holders. If your license is more than 1 year old, you will be able to use Emailchemy 13 by purchasing a
Some emails in the AOL for Windows database have the wrong MIME encoding, and this impacts how exported messages will look in other email apps. If you are converting AOL for Windows PFC files, and you are seeing garbled messages in the output, this update will fix the problem. Emailchemy
Emailchemy 12.1.8 fixes a couple issues in the Entourage converter. There was a problem when converting Databases that contained multiple IMAP accounts, where the folders from the IMAP accounts were being merged under one root folder. This is now fixed and each IMAP account has a separate root account folder.