If you are using Eudora Mail, and looking to migrate its complete data to MS Outlook, then you need to convert, Eudora Mail based MBX file to Outlook based PST file. There are 2 methods to do that- 1 – Manual process 2 – using professional MBOX converter.
If you are not a tech person and don’t want to take risk of losing data, then I would like to recommend you going with a professional tool for the conversion process. There are many tools available in the market, you can choose any as per your choice.
But if you want a quick, easy, and safe conversion of Eudora .mbx to .pst file of Outlook, then you can consider MailsSoftware MBOX to PST Converter as a first choice. This MBOX migrator tool supports more than 25 + email clients mailbox and Eudora Mail is one of them.
Using this software you can export MBOX, MBX, and MBS files to PST, EML, EMLX, RTF, HTML, and MHTML file format.
The process to convert Eudora MBX to PST.
First, download the software from MailsSoftware official website.
1 – Click on Add File >> Browse Eudora MBX mailbox from your system.
2 – Click on Export Button >> Choose PST as an export option.
3 – Choose PST conversion option >> Provide Destination Path >> Press Export.
Download the Free DEMO version from and test software working by exporting the first 20 emails for free.
If you want to export Eudora to Outlook without any hard effort then read here: Eudora to Outlook Conversion
You can also try the demo version and migrate 20 emails from each mailbox.
Run Aid4MailSelect "Eudora (index)" on Aid4Mail's Mail Source screen.Select your Eudora folder on Aid4Mail's Source Location screen.
If you need help finding this folder, please refer to Finding Mail Folders > Qualcomm Eudora, in Aid4Mail's help file. You can also turn on "Include subfolders" on this screen if you want Aid4Mail to include your whole mail hierarchy.
Select "Office Outlook PST file" on Aid4Mail's Target Format screen.Specify your target PST file on the Target Settings screen. If you want to add mail to your existing default PST file, Aid4Mail should display it automatically. Note that you need have Outlook set up with at least one mail account for Aid4Mail to be able to use the file.On Aid4Mail's Export Options screen, turn on "Restore source mail folder structure" if you want Aid4Mail to maintain your mail hierarchy and place it under the folder specified in "Display Name". If you're adding mail to an existing PST file, turn on "Append messages to target mailbox file".On the last screen, select the "Start" button.