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How to keep Outlook from deleting emails from the web server

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The question is simple enough. I am sure others have come across the same problem. Let me know if you have a solution.

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It's under the settings for Internet Email Accounts Settings under the Advanced tab.
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Greetings, Jodacoda !

Go to Tools > Email Accounts > Next. Highlight your account and select Change button.  Go to More Account Settings > Advanced tab. Check "Leave copy of messages on server". Click OK. OK.

Best wishes!
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