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Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Douglas in CT, Jul 5, 2006.

  1. Douglas in CT

    Douglas in CT Millennium Member

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    Hello,
    I seem to missing a link the the chain of email knowledge.

    Presently, I use a couple of free email accounts (juno.com, keepandbeararms.com, etc.) and the cable company's email service with another 4 accounts there.

    Everything works just peachy except for one thing.
    The emails are resident on their systems - which are space limited and prone to hiccuping every so often.

    What do I need to know the be able to take the emails I want to save and put them onto my computer?

    Thank you.
     
  2. malkore

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    are you wanting to download all the webmail to your local PC?

    if so, you need Juno's (and the others) POP3 server info, and then you can setup all the accounts in your email application IF it supports multiple accounts. I know full Outlook does, but I don't think Outlook express does

    other options: forward those emails to your ISP account that you can download at home...or at home Save As and you can save em in .txt, .msg or .html format depending on your emial client.