Thanks for your contribution tachyon-II.

The following error will appear unless Microsoft Office Outlook is the default email client:

C:\src\perl\pstconv>perl -w use strict; use Win32::OLE; my $MAPI = Win32::OLE->new('MAPI.Session') or die "Could not instantiate MAPI Session: " . Win32::OLE::LastEr +ror(); __END__ Win32::OLE(0.1707) error 0x80004005: "Unspecified error" at - line 3 eval {...} called at - line 3 Could not instantiate MAPI Session: Win32::OLE(0.1707) error 0x8000400 +5: "Unspec ified error" at - line 3.
The following warning is displayed:
Either there is no default mail client or the current mail client cannot fulfill the messaging request. Please run Microsoft Office Outlook and set it as the default mail client..
How to set Microsoft Office Outlook as default email client: Then you should be able to run the above script on your Windows machine with Microsoft Office Outlook and Win32::OLE installed.
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In reply to Re: Migration from Outlook to any other mail program by andreas1234567
in thread Migration from Outlook to any other mail program by tachyon-II

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