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in my yahoo id there are 38000 mails in my inbox ? how can i take back up of those mails  ?

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how can i take back up of my mails from yahoo , because there were 38000 emails are there ...

can u please tell me ?
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by:☠ MASQ ☠
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This is the process - don't expect it to be quick with that amount of mail.  Certain you want to keep all of it?
http://www.pcmech.com/article/how-to-perform-a-full-yahoo-mail-backup/
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by:jar3817
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Setup any old mail client as a pop3 connection to your yahoo account. Make sure you check the "leave a copy on the server" option so it doesn't download the mail and delete it from yahoo. Then hit send/receive and all your mail should get downloaded. They you'll have a local copy.
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