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Follow the steps and you will be able to import your mails easily
1. open outlook 2011
2. create a local folder
3. drag all your local emails to the folder we have created
4. then drag the local folder we have created to the lion's desktop (once it will finish, we'll have a .mbox file)
5. open mail
6. In Mail, choose File > Import Mailboxes -> choose .mbox file


You can use Exchange or IMAP accounts to have all the files on the
server, and then in Mail, but you would need significant storage space
there if you have a lot of e-mails.


You can use software approach to solve your problem.There are various softwares available online for this problem. One I know is Olm converter pro.
You can find it here:

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Apple Mac Book... | Answered Yesterday

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Apple Computers... | Answered Yesterday

Go into spotlight (magnifier glass topright on your screen), and type keychain. An app suggestion for 'Keychain' wil show. Click on this one. The app wil open and on the left side you have lots of options to looks for you passwords. On the top right in the app you have an entry field where you can look for f.i. a website where you need the password. The app will show in the middle area all matches. Choose the one which seems the right one and click on it. A window with all info will pop up. There you can reveal the the password of that specific site or whatever. Mind that you still need your main password to mage the wanted password visible.

Apple Computers... | Answered Yesterday

6000 mails can easily transfer from mac outlook 2011 olm file format with any third party utility like follow few simple steps to convert entire emails


Apple Mac Book... | Answered 2 days ago

It sounds as if it could be a thermal issue.
Open the side and clean out the dust from inside the Mac.(Use a clean 1" paint brush)
Take the main processor fans out and clean the heat sinks for the processors.
If you are still having the same issue, then your only option is professional help.

Apple Power Mac... | Answered 2 days ago

from apple:"From page 31 of the "Welcome to Mac OS X" booklet:
If you forget your password for your computer, insert the Mac OS X CD and restart your computer while holding down the C key on the keyboard. When the Installer appears, choose Reset Password from the Installer menu and follow the onscreen instructions.
Tip: Resetting an account password doesn't affect other kinds of passwords that might be forgotten, such as your email account password, .Mac password, secure server , Internet access password (if you have one), Keychain passwords, or Mac OS X 10.3 Panther's master password. "

If that does not work, follow the indications at the bottom of this page: Macintosh OS: Lost Admin Password

Apple MacBook... | Answered 3 days ago

Nikon uses the .nef files as a RAW file. These, like the Canon RAW, are like a digital negative. They contain all the image information captured by the camera, along with the image's metadata (the camera's identification and its settings, the lens used and other information). My suggestion is: I assume you are going to use the JPG files, so simply delete the others.

Apple Aperture 2... | Answered 3 days ago


iTunes Store loads partially or returns "Error 306" or "Error 10054"
Proxies, parental control settings and software, security or filtering software, or a bad iTunes Store cache can cause this.
To address proxies, Remove Internet Options proxy settings and connect to the Internet without a proxy.
To reset iTunes Store cache:
  1. In iTunes, choose iTunes > Preferences (Mac) or Edit > Preferences (PC).
  2. Click the Advanced tab.
  3. Click the "Reset cache" button.
  4. Click OK and see if the issue is resolved.
Adjust Parental Controls in iTunes:
  1. Open iTunes.
  2. Access iTunes preferences:
    1. On a Mac: From the iTunes menu, choose Preferences.
    2. On a Windows PC: From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.
  3. Click the Parental Controls tab.
  4. Remove restrictions on Parental Controls.

Apple iTunes | Answered on Jan 15, 2018

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Apple Mac OS X... | Answered on Jan 12, 2018

put new batteries in the keyboard .

Apple iMac G3,... | Answered on Jan 12, 2018

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Apple Computers... | Answered on Jan 11, 2018

Hi there!
The power mechanism has 4 components, 1 - the button with a small hole in the midle,2 - a small metal cilinder that fit the hole of #1, 3 a small metal piece with a tiny "oval" format in the midle, 4 a small part (Like a "sand") that is attached to the #3, the click sound is when #3 compress and get back to original position. THE PROBLEM is that the part #4 and #3 took off (and its lost inside the phone).
To fix it remove the button, and try to put something to play #4 component, I use to fix it "pasting" a sand on it, but do not use instant glue, they can damage the part #3

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Jan 11, 2018

Mac, like linux, does not often get viruses and anti-virus software would pretty much be useless. Virus developers don't target Mac or Linux OS'es because not enough people use them. To do so would be a waste of their time.

Apple Mac OS... | Answered on Jan 11, 2018

Both online and offline emails of Apple Mail can be backed up with this application called the Mail Backup X.

GO for the trial version How to Automatically Backup Apple Mail Mac Mail Mailbox Data on Mac OS

Hope this helps. Thanks

Apple Computers... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018

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