and import 4.7 into Outlook express and then import Outlook Express into Outlook 2003. This works but it takes a while and drops out some folders. Does anyone know a better way?
As far as I know, that's the way it is done. And, Netscape is not to blame. Microsoft has not recognized, especially NS7.x and the like. Unless there is a special third party program, as mentioned above.
FYI, AOL which owned Netscape did come out with NS8 and NS9, which were browser only.
They never came out with a Mail program, and relied on Mozilla Thunderbird for Mail.
I think that AOL abandoned any Netscape some two years ago. I have been using a combination of Firefox, the browser on which NS8 and 9 were based, and Thunderbird for Mail.
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