How credible is incredimail

  hen-lady 12:37 13 Dec 06
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Help I use incredimail for my emails, my problem is i would like to be able to copy my emails straight to disk All i get is the addresses that i use to send my emails out.I hope someone out there can help.I have tried all know, Which is not much

  Aargh 17:21 13 Dec 06

I suggest right click & drag to highlight the text fields, the save as a notepad text file or a word document, which can the be save to disk.

But why not just create a folder in Incredimail to store them in?

  GANDALF <|:-)> 19:09 13 Dec 06

click here illustrates an easy way to save the emails.

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  hen-lady 20:49 13 Dec 06

Thanks Aargh not sure how to all that.Candalf has i think has come up with someting that i can do Thanks again

  bluto1 20:55 13 Dec 06

Bookmarked

  hen-lady 21:03 13 Dec 06

Candalf very easy to understand even,for beginners like me. THANKS.

  Technotiger 21:56 13 Dec 06

Hi, and congratulations on using what I believe to *the* best email program available. I use it all the time.

Happy Christmas

  birdface 12:48 14 Dec 06

Hi, If you right click on one of your inbox folders.Then Properties It will tell you where messages are stored, Maybe you can download them from there.

  Kate B 13:52 14 Dec 06

I can't stand incredimail. Why make email ugly and bloated with smilies and suchlike? I wince if anything sent via incredimail ends up in my inbox.

  hen-lady 10:56 15 Dec 06

Beginning to think the same as you.Going to try Buteman idea.

  hen-lady 11:15 15 Dec 06

Hi i must agree i do like incredmail.This problem of copying straight to disk,is driving mad.Beginning think that Kate B might be right.

Have a great Christmas.

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