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Hi Peter.I asume you are using microsoft outlook...You can unlock your E-mails by resetting the E-mail configuration of it.... Also i suggest you to upgrade your OS Microsoft 98 its 12 years old already. Hope it helps. Also you can use Gmail to manage your E-mail accounts just like it was Outlook.
People send messages from their computer to their ISP's mail-server -- compare to dropping an addressed letter into a US Postal Service mailbox.
Then, the ISP's mail-server tries to send the message to your ISP's mail-server -- compare to the US Postal Service transporting a bag of messages from the "source" city to the "target" city.
Hopefully, your ISP's mail-server is "accepting" messages from the other ISP. This can take a while -- imagine the volume of E-mail from HOTMAIL customers to YAHOO customers!
Then, your computer tries to "pull" the message from your ISP's mail-server onto your computer. Hopefully, this works.
Finally, your E-mail program may be doing "spam-filtering", and may put the incoming message into the 'Junk Mail' folder.
Have you looked in that folder?
So, there's lots of "opportunity" for messages to be "stuck" someplace. Without explicit details, and log-files from the sender's mail-server and your ISP's mail-server, it's impossible to be more precise.
Your 'old' DVD player is the problem. It is unable to 'read' picture files. Time to put the COBY away and upgrade to a DVD player that can read .jpg, .jpeg images. Most new players do and they are not that expensive.
Open Outlook Express go to File then Export and proceed to what you want to export. Follow the instructions from there. You will need a flash drive or CD to save the files and move them. Next go to Windows Mail, go to File then "Import". Follow the instructions and you should be good!
Well that would not be possible now as there is no way u can import mails to the webmail (yahoo in your case).
but u can prevent that from happening ..
opens windows mail
click on tools > email accounts
double click on your email in the list.
Go to the last Tab (Advanced Tab)
Put a check on Leave a copy on the server. apply and ok.