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Copy Juno emails to CD

Want to take them off and save them on CD.

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If you are using outlook, take a backup of .pst file and write on to your CD.
Go to OUTLOOK
file>data file management
and you will see where the file is stored.
you can backup this file and then you can open it on any pc with outlook when required.

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Hey


What is your o/s[operating system]windows_vista,win_xp, win_me, win_98?
What e mail program u are using? Juno, gmail, yahoo,hotmail,.do you have a pop-up blocker,? email blocker?

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