save a copy of email on the server

2 computers.  Both use Outlook2000 that access POP3 mail from my ISP.
My home computer downloads from my ISP, and my mailbox on my ISP is then empty.
That's perfect.

On my laptop, I would like to download the email, but leave a copy of it on my ISP so that I can still download it to my home computer.
I have seen this option in Outlook Express, but not outlook.
I would like to keep using Outlook2000 because it works great with my Palm Pilot on my Laptop and Desktop.
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sunray_2003Commented:
In outlook do this

go to tools --> options --> Mail setup
Click on email accounts

and under Email select "view or change existing email accounts"
Next page go to "Change" after selecting your email account
and then to "more settings"

Now in that window go to Advanced and you should see "leave a copy of messages in server"

Sunray

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sunray_2003Commented:
Thanks for the points

Sunray
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