Diane Ross, MVP, RIP

I’ve recently learned that Diane Ross of Oregon, longtime colleague and Mac consultant, a Microsoft Mac MVP and owner of the famous Entourage Help Page and Office Mac Help site, has tragically passed away. We talked often and helped each other out with Entourage and Outlook Mac email issues for

Emailchemy 14.1 brings new features and bug fixes

Emailchemy 14.1 brings new features and bug fixes

Emailchemy 14.1 is now available for download.  This version fixes some bugs and adds automatic checking for new versions. It also adds data privacy notifications that let you know when/what/how/why any data is sent to Weird Kid Software. Because of new regulations in the European Union, any company anywhere in

Emailchemy 14.0.6 Fixes Dongle Creation

Emailchemy 14.0.6 Fixes Dongle Creation

Emailchemy Forensic Edition installs the license key on USB thumb drives to allow users to easily use their license on multiple computers. We’ve found and fixed an issue where these license “dongles” were not working as expected. It turns out that certain bulk or unbranded USB flash drives are incompatible

Emailchemy 14 Released Today: Adds PST Output

Emailchemy 14 Released Today: Adds PST Output

Emailchemy 14 adds a major new feature: converting directly to Outlook PST files. Previously, you would have to import your mail into Outlook using Emailchemy’s IMAP ImportServer, but now you can convert any format to PST files directly and automatically. This has been the most requested new feature and we’re

Video How to Import Mail into Outlook for Windows

Video How to Import Mail into Outlook for Windows

Emailchemy converts email from the closed, proprietary file formats of the most popular (and many of yesterday’s forgotten) email applications to standard, portable formats that any application can use. When an application cannot import one of these standard formats (like mbox or EML), Emailchemy has a tool called the IMAP

Try this if Emailchemy is running very slow

Try this if Emailchemy is running very slow

After updating the Java Virtual Machine that Emailchemy uses, I noticed that Emailchemy was running very, very slow. Emailchemy should be processing many messages each second (messages with 30 full-size pictures attached will take longer, of course). After digging into the problem, I found that the hostname of my MacBook