Question about Microsoft Outlook Express
My college account is expiring in a few days, and I have thousands of messages in my inbox. (I access them through Microsoft Outlook Web Access.) Is there any way to save my e-mails to my computer without copying and pasting each e-mail individually?
Export them into a word document, open outlook, and click on file upper left. Then when you click on export it should give you a list of placed to export them. Also when you do the entire group, first highlight an email in the inbox, then select all, in the edit area also top left, you will see them all highlighted, export them all to where you want like a word document of a disk, you will see now that you have the basic idea
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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