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    Can i copy stored emails to another computer? (outlook express)

    Apart from emailing all these emails to myself on hotmail lol - can i copy off one specific folder in outlook express and transfer it to the new comp?
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    Thanks for that Kym - Rick also sent me the same link though via msn

    All done now - after some probs booting up the old comp

    Great it's all done now - needed those stored emails
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    Hi,
    According to me,You should easily stored your email to another computer.Only to do just send your E-mails to another computer to which you should have to stored the final E-mails.
    Thanks for sharing this information.

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