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AOL: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/883081 Fastmail: http://www.fastmail.fm/docs/faqparts/ExternalMail.htm#ServerDetails Anonymous says: April 6, 2007 at 12:31 pm Thanks for the great article. By Andrew Hardwick. Even this solution wasn't flawless: gmail listed all historical mail with the date of the transfer - the original date was sill preserved and searchable, you just got the list display Sometimes expected headers are missing. check my blog

I have a few issues with that: 1) Can the outlook repository be accessed without the outlook software? Here are Google's instructions on setting up Mail Fetcher. Loading... Anonymous says: June 7, 2007 at 5:14 am Want to speed the process up? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-2k-loses-mail-on-close.53565/

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The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Anonymous says: March 29, 2007 at 2:09 pm some users are able to get free imap (like myself), but it's quite sporadic… search for: yahoo mail imap next … you should You're right, using another Gmail account is not absolutely safe .. Had you checked her archiving options on the inbox?

I have removed and re-added the account, but perhaps google still remembers things. I have known people not realise that their email, which they thought was still safely on the server, was on their local hard disk and loose the lot when upgrading to Be prepared for a slow process - Gmail will poll your temporary account at 60-90 minute intervals, fetching 200 emails at a time. http://newwikipost.org/topic/HJRItkbxv1xyB30A6MAc0z491cHW70X7/Edge-loses-control-and-will-not-close.html Anonymous says: March 28, 2007 at 12:30 pm I am POPing mail from an IMAP account and seem to get the correct date in also in list view on the first

Keep recent stuff on the server (assuming server is backed up of course) and periodically move the emails from the server from to folders the local PST file(s) instead of moving Thanks, in advance. I felt the need to spell this out upon reading Using Google Groups To Backup Gmail by The Google Tutor. There is no way to create filters based on header info, which would show the forwarding (temp) account.

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Is it possible to transfer emails from Yahoo and/or Hotmail to Gmail without having POP on the old account? A mail folder/archive file should (hopefully!) appear called 'RecoveredEmails.mbox' in the current working directory. But I don't know if the fetch function will get sent mails from another gmail account?

Anonymous says: April 22, 2007 at 9:18 pm Shashi You rock! click site We just wern't patient enough to let it load. This guide here will give you step-by-step instructions to bring all your old emails in. First email Mozilla Thunderbird(still have as default, But mainly use gmail since I was invited to try it out.

Register now while it's still free! Update (3/28): One potential problem I forgot to mention is that all the fetched email becomes "unread". by opening a console window in that directory and typing perl GDSSavedEmailsToMbox.pl or by double clicking its icon. http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2k/outlook-2k-how-to-create-distribution-list-based-upon-certain-outlook-category.html I wonder if Google have deliberately changed the behaviour of the Fetcher … Anonymous says: June 1, 2007 at 6:50 am I am tired of Outlook, IE, and XP.

Does GMail have any features that allow me to sync up with the Outlook calendar? On the first go, it transfered just under 1000. If, however, you look at the size of the e-mail it is evident that it's not just a few lines of text.

Jignesh says: April 30, 2010 at 12:55 pm Its a great method of gmail account.

THen do the Gmail Fetcher thing, and you have 10 years of hotmail searchable in Gmail. In Inbox (or wherever the messages are) choose "Select: All" from the list just above the message list. Here is the program I wrote with the visitor's modificationsto extracting all cached emails from Google Desktop Search version 5.7, automatically: Download GDSCachedEmailExtractor.pl version 5 (5KiB). I not finding a way to move them from the Inbox to Sent Items but perhaps I'm not looking hard enough? - PeterM Anonymous says: April 6, 2007 at 12:51 pm

As far as I know, that is not an available option for free Gmail users. Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! Similar Threads - Outlook loses mail Problems launching Outlook 2016 email from 3rd party app shedlord, Feb 6, 2017, in forum: Business Applications Replies: 6 Views: 314 Rollin_Again Feb 18, 2017 More about the author Many thanks… Anonymous says: April 6, 2007 at 8:42 pm You're close: but Gmail needs to access the same 1and1 account not as IMAP but POP.

For info on AOL and IMAP, Google for "AOL MAIL IMAP" (http://www.google.com/search?q=aol+mail+imap). Board index All times are UTC - 8 hours [ DST ] Login FAQ / Rules Register Search Boards : Knowledge Base: knowledge base chat about fr ja es mozillaZine is My only training was with keypunch machines sorters, then plug into Penn State Coledge via telephone, to see if your program worked.(I was at Clarion State Coledge at the time, which Then I did the text string search I described in the previous comment, and voila!

I can't get the latter to work… Am I missing something obvious?? RTF is, in theory, a "standard" format, but each application which uses it seems to use a different version of this standard. Thanks! Cool Solutions Consulting Customer Center My Profile My Products My Support My Training Partners Communities + Communities Blog—Expert Views Blog—Technical Free Tools Support Forums About Us + About Us Contact

Anonymous says: April 3, 2007 at 2:38 pm Thanks for the suggestions. Run the program, e.g.