How do I access Apple Mail data to Outlook mail client?

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How do I access Apple Mail data to Outlook mail client?
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  • Brijesh
    Here check this thread apple to outlook which may assist you with some idea.
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  • clark445kent
    Hi,

    Same query has already been discussed earlier at: 
    https://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/itanswers/how-to-read-apple-mail-data-to-outlook/

    I hope it helps in solving your issue.

    Note: Please note that before asking a new question, check the website for the same using search option. Similar kinds of queries are already listed there.

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  • reckonankit
    If both system are using the IMAP mail provider all you have to do is setup the connection to the mail server and all the emails and folders will be copied down to the windows computer. That is what IMAP is for. The mail stays on the server, and can be store on the local computer also, and when you connect to the server with another device, computer, phone or pad, all the mail with folders gets copied to the other device.

    But I think some of your mail was gotten using POP so it is not longer on the server.

    Or you have emails in local folder only and they would be on the server. But you can create folder on the server in one mail program, or on the mail web interface and then copy those emails into those folder on the server byt copying them in one of the email programs. Then when you log on with the other device all of them will be downloaded to the other device.

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