Unable to save web page with images to use off line. Using Windows XP Pro and Outlook Express 6, Help page says save as web page complete. I don't find that option. I save as .html , but don't get the pictures.
When you are at a page you wish to save, go to File/Save As. While saving, make sure that the "Save As Type" has Web Page, Complete selected. It will save an html file, but it will also save all of the other files in a folder in the same directory with the same name as the html file. Note that anything with the prefix https:// cannot be saved.
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You must save (Export) the Express files as .pst files and then import them into Outlookk 2003 using the Import command.
The Import and Export functions can be found under the File tabs for Express and 2003.
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You can do that when you set up your signature and it is in HTML. To set up HTML format on all emails, go to Tools -> options -> Mail format and on "Send this message format" make sure that HTML is selected.
For the signature, on the same Mail format tab, select the signature and select the file or make your signature on the same window. In making your signature without using Outlook, you can use MS WORD and save it as a web page/web page filtered and have the file selected when choosing your signature in Outlook.
This may be a mickey mouse solution but it may work. On the vista machine go on internet and create a free web based email account(gmail,hotmail...etc) From the old machine forward those emails to you web email account. From your web based email account mail them to your pop3 account(outlook express address)
This model does not have the capability to scan to a Web-based email clent. You can, however, configure Outlook Express to work with gmail then this scanner can scan to Outlook Express.
If you would like to do this there are step-by-step instructions here for Outlook Express in Windows XP: http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=13276
If you cannot open links from outlook express make sure you set your default browser. If you are using Internet Explorer. Click tools, internet options. Click the Programs tab, you will see Default Web Browser, Internet Explorer is the default web browser, Click Make Default. I had this same issue and this worked for me.