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alanhj
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Saving E-Mails

I want to be able to save without copying and pasting some of my important e-mails. It would be really good to be able to save e-mails that I have placed in a folder, simply by "saving" that folder to say a USB memory stick. There maybe a way of doing this but I can't find out how to do it. So, if I'm right and currently this feature doesn't exist, do other people on here think its a good idea and if it is possible to save as described above, please tell me. Thanks

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Re: Saving E-Mails

Reply is in next posting.

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Re: Saving E-Mails

Because you access your e-mail using an Internet browser, it is not possible to save the contents of the folders using that method.

 

The way to do it, is to use an e-mail client like Mozilla Thunderbird, which runs on your computer.

 

This replicates the folders on your local computer. From there you can archive any e-mails or even a whole folder.

 

Thunderbird works very well with BT Yahoo, and you can write and reply to e-mails on either Thunderbird, or the normal webmail.

 

If you need any help, please let me know.

 

Here is a picture of what it looks like. This is a image from another site.

 

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