I have many EML files but how can I convert it into MBOX?

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I have lots of .eml Files, I have need for moving up my entire EML Files into MBOX. But the problem here is, they are many and I have to change them in less time. So, please if you have any solution to move emails from EML to MBOX, immediately inform me.
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john allen

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Posted 5 months ago

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rg

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By MBOX are you referring to the Apple mail client or to Thunderbird?
If you are writing about Thunderbird:
Aid4mail is a subscription software product for converting batches of EML files to a Thunderbird Mbox.  Not cheap and not a one-time-only permanent installation.  Years ago I tried it (pre-subscription version) and it was inaccurate and did not allow tailoring the output very well.  Removed it.
MailsWare has a product that does the same basic thing, but I have not tried it.  Check this URL:
https://www.mailsware.com/eml-to-mbox.html
BTW, if you use Thunderbird, you can always drag EML files into a folder there, and then use Import/Export Tools (from kaosmos) as a plug-in to export the files in a variety of formats.  Just don't use Tbird above v52.9.x (it doesn't work with v60).  You can locate all versions of Thunderbird at one of the Mozilla sites.
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I am searching for Thunderbird.
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woody allen

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So, you are searching for Thunderbird I have the best solution for you Convert EML files to MBOX format with the help of EML to MBOX Converter. The tool comes up with many advanced facilities. It allows users to convert multiple EML files to MBOX at once. The tool offers multiple file naming options. With this software, users can easily save the resultant MBOX files to the required location. For more details visit :-https://sites.google.com/view/why-do-we-need-to-convert-eml-/home
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I'm curious as to why you're asking about Thunderbird in a Camtasia forum?
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rg

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I'm with you.  I answered the eml file question and then upon consideration came to the conclusion that it could be a back-door kind of promotional gimmick.  Still, in the interest of being of service I left my response intact.  But your question is an excellent one -- why ask about eml conversions on a Camtasia forum?
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As I mentioned in the "Report Spam Posts" thread, this technique is as old as spammers. One sock puppet (the oh so believably named "John Allen") sets up the "question", then another one (the even more believably named "Woody Allen") comes along and "answers" it with the spam link.
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rg

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Please accept my deep apologies for feeding the troll!