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How to import emails from server?

Posted on 1998-11-06
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I use computer to check email both at office and at
home. The problem is once I check the mail at one place,
I cannot see it in the other. I choose "save a copy at server" option. What else should I do to retrieve all the old mails. I am using outlook express, if possible, also
tell me how to do using netscape mails.
Thanks.
Sean
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Checkwith your ISP.  If he won't allow mail to be left on the server it won't be!  Turning on that option in your e-mail software only REQUESTS that the server not delete it after you download it.  It is up to the server to either retain it or not.

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Bert
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rvmb earned 100 total points
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Well first of all you say you have selected the option leave mail on the server. Next you can select the duration what is the duration?
Also the same thing applies to Netsacpe also. But tell me which version of Netscape you are using?

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