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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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If you have an Ad-blocker or a popup blocker installed on your computer system, you may get many script error messages while connecting with the Juno Webmail. You can prevent these mistakes from encountering by configuring the pop-blockers / ad-blockers correctly. If you're often getting a Script error message whenever try to start Juno or log into the webmail account, then you will require configuring the ad-blocker programs to operate with Juno webmail; otherwise, you may face the Juno sign in problem. There are three methods to do that:
1.Add Juno Mail to the exclusion list of your ad-blocker
2.Set up the ad-blocker to enable banner ads
3.Disable the filtering feature in the ad-blocking program If you're using the AdSubtract tool, you should follow the instructions given below. In the case of any other pop-up blocking or ad-blocking software, refer to the documentation of your blocker tool for the accurate guide on configuring the software to enable ads from Juno Mail. You can get connected to the Juno webmail support experts and solve these error messages in a proper manner. Solution 1 - Insert the Juno Webmail to the Bypass Site list
If you want to add the Juno website into an exclusion list, right-click anywhere on the web page and choose the 'AdSubtract: Bypass Site' option. You may require repeating this procedure on other Juno web pages on which you get the script error messages. On the other hand, speak with the Juno professionals to repair your email account issues. Solution 2: Configure AdSubtract to enable banner ads
This solution will fix the script error messages that can prevent you from accessing your Juno email account, but will also cause in other banner advertisements showing on other websites you access.Here's how to setup AdSubtract software to allow banner ads.
1.Launch the AdSubtract program and click on the 'Block' icon.
2.Deselect the Banner Ads field from the selection on the left.
3.Click the 'OK' button to save and apply the changes. If this workaround doesn't work and you're still getting the script error messages, then either you can get in touch with Juno customer care executives or go to the next. Solution 3: Disable AdSubtract tool filtering
This workaround not only resolves the script error messages for the Juno webmail site but also causes in disabling all of the AdSubtract's filtering efficiently.
1.Launch the AdSubtract tool.
2.On the main dialog window, click on the 'Disable Filtering' option under the 'Ad Blocking' section.
3.Click the 'OK' button to save and apply settings. However, if you still have any kinds of technical issues with your Juno email account, or continue to face the script error even after attempting all these solutions, or any further queries, it's highly recommended to call on the Juno webmail support phone number and ask the help to solve all Juno-related issues within a short span of time.
If you are Juno member, you can attach pictures, spreadsheets, word processing documents, audio clips, video clips, or any other type of computer file to the email messages you send.
If you have never sent a file attachment before, you may want to review Juno's list of important facts about attachements before you send out your message.
You can attach files by Dragging and dropping them onto the write screen by copying and pasting them or by clicking attach files.
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