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I am investigating the way we can use Epadd in collaboration with Islandora. I read a lot of the documentation but I cannot find in a setup we thought up is even at all possible. Would be nice if anyone could comment on our setup, if it is ...

asked Aug 1 by Egbert_Bleyenburg (120 points)
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since the last time I successfully used epadd to import email, my campus has implemented dual factor authentication. I believe this is why I am receiving the "incorrect password" message. Is there anyone else at an institution that has ...

asked Jun 1 by acobourn (210 points)
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I am attempting to import email using epadd. I have done so successfully many times before. Today it keeps giving me an error message saying that the password I am entering with my email address is incorrect. I know for a fact that it is ...

asked May 23 by acobourn (210 points)
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Our repository initially approached ePADD in an experimental manner, mainly as a way to view individual emails for a restricted collection. We did not plan on exporting to the Discovery or Delivery Modules. But as we continued to process, ...

asked Apr 25 by anonymous
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In order to run ePADD, does the computer require to have access to the internet or can it run offline and still be able to import emails? Thank you

asked Mar 21 by SophiaK (210 points)
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Discovered the solution myself - the mbox files used Mac CR line breaks instead of CR LF. Editing the files in Notepad + to use the latter line breaks fixed the issue.

asked Oct 19, 2017 by lglanville (220 points)
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We are receiving a batch of emails from a proprietary e-mail server as XML files, not as MBOX or via IMAP. Is there any way to get these into ePADD? If not, are there any known tools for converting XML to MBOX so that we can get them into ...

asked Oct 11, 2017 by anonymous
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ePADD is a software package developed by Stanford University's Special Collections & University Archives that supports archival processes around the appraisal, ingest, processing, discovery, and delivery of email archives.
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