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You cannot save e-mails with Internet Explorer, but you can save them in your webmails Inbox. You can also save e-mails if you use a client like Outlook Express (In Windows XP) or Windows Mail (In Windows Vista).
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Web browser can help to remember email password.Most browsera have a feacture called "Auto complete" or Auto Fill"After that Internet Explorer will ask you whether you want to save user name and password the next tiime you login.
It always remember the form values and when we visit in the same screen,it fill them.
If you are using Microsoft Internet explorer,you should enable "Aut complete"This for Internet Explorer 6,may be other version should be similar.
First of all click Tools menu and select Internet options.click the content tab and then click the Autcomplete button,"Autocomplete setting" box will appear.check all four checkbox and finally click ok button.
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