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Re: copy Juno emails to CD
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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To transfer files from an old computer you can use USB or flash drives, copy the files from your Old Computer to Flash drive, after copying---attach the flash drive to your new computer then copy the files and save it. This is the easiest way to transfer files.
Other way of transferring;
-You can also transfer files by Burning your files into a CD/DVD and copy it to your new computer. -Get your hard disk from the old computer and attached it to your new computer -Or connect/network your two computers.
I recommend USB or Flash drives, the simplest and easy way.
You send them as attachments to your email. Just pick "attachments" and you will find a dialog box where you can pick the documents you want to send. You can send 5 or 6 at a time, just keep picking the documents. Hope this helps.
This doesn't seem to be an issue for "Operating Systems". It's more of a Software Application Issue. However, If the items are on screen and not copy protected, Highlight the item(s) and select "Edit", "Copy" from the menu bar. Then open your email, start a NEW Email message and then "Edit", "Paste" into your email message. Then you can send the email either to yourself or someone else, save it in drafts, etc.
Another way would be to copy the item(s) (by highlighting and copy), then paste them into Notepad or Microsoft Word and save them to your computer. You can then transfer them to a USB Flashdrive and take them to the other site with you.
To transfer DIRECT to the other computer, it would have to be connected to your computer through a "Network" setup. See your or Their company's Computer Administrator for that.
Please follow the following steps to backup your emails from Vista on the memory stick and then download them on in Vista Mail of another PC:
Backup emails on memory stick 1) Browse to the C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Window s Mail folder 2) Open the local folders directory 3) Open the Inbox folder and Copy the contents of this folder 4) Close all windows and go to your desktop 5) Create a new folder and call it MSBackup 6) Paste all items into this new folder. A manual backup of the message store has just taken place. You may now simply copy the MSBackup Folder to your memory stick
Restore emails from memory stick to another PC
1) Copy the MSBackup Folder from the memory stick to desktop. 2) On the desktop, open the MSBackup Folder. 3) Copy all the items in the MSBackup folder and close the window 4) Browse to the c:\users\<username>\local\windows mail\local folders directory 5) Open the Inbox Folder 6) Paste all the items into this folder. Choose yes if prompted to overwrite folders/files. 7) Open Windows Mail. You will notice all the email messages have returned.