dump msn and save email messages

Posted on 2006-03-22
Last Modified: 2006-11-18
I've decided to get rid of msn and would like to keep the email messages I've saved.  I plan to use outlook with my new isp and fill it with the saved msn messages.  Is this possible and if so how do I go about it.  I'm assigning 500 points, not because it's difficult (hopefully not), but because I need to do this asap.  Thanks
Question by:zubin6220
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    you should set up your outlook first with your new isp. then set up another account int outlook with msn account and archives your msn emails into a pst file. goodluck
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    Greetings, zubin6220 !

    You can use Mail Forward program to move MSN mail to another email address.  Mail Forward has a 30 days free trial.

    Best wishes!

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    Thanks a bunch

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