Store/Archive the email on a cd or a flash memory card

Posted on 2005-04-20
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
How can I store or Archive email (with all the details as to who sent it with date and time) on a CD or Memory Card in such a way that I can retrive it on any other PC running on Windows XP.
Question by:hpjethwa
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    Hi hpjethwa,
    Expert "Neo_mvps" is found in both of the above two threads. here's a quote: "Generally the answer that you will hear will be no, but I have heard rumors that placing a PST file on a CD-RW that is left open for dynamic reading - writing will work."


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