Currently Being ModeratedJun 26, 2013 7:52 PM (in response to Kevin_Haney)
Is the mail in an imap account? That is the easiest way to transfer it. If you don't have an imap account, you can set up a gmail account and upload it. The other option is using 3rd party utilities, such as Mail Passport Pro.
Hope this helps.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 27, 2013 1:25 PM (in response to Kevin_Haney)
Here are two ways to export .mbox files from Mail:
- Select multiple messages. Choose File > Save As…. In the Format: pop-up, select "Raw Message Source". The file you save will be in .mbox format.
- Select any mailbox or multiple mailboxes (including Smart Mailboxes). Choose Mailbox > Export Mailbox…. What gets saved is a folder. Its name has an .mbox extension, but it is a folder with a custom icon, not a plain file. Inside the folder is a file named "mbox". That file is in .mbox format. (The entire folder can be re-imported into Mail, but the mbox file by itself can be imported into any e-mail program that can read mbox files.)