imported backup pst but still gets emails

  djbenny 19:53 30 May 10
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imported my backup pst as n i have transferred to new computer, but when i click send/recieve it attempts to re-download everything, is there a way to stop this?

  awest3 20:04 30 May 10

You should be able to go to the server upon which the emails are held and delete them there. I do just that on m Sky email acount. Logon through the web that is.!

  djbenny 20:52 30 May 10

i dont want to do that though, i guess i could archive them, but there must be a way todo this

  Sea Urchin 21:13 30 May 10

If you don't delete them off the server the system will eventually grind to a halt.

  djbenny 21:18 30 May 10

what system will grind to a halt?



there should be no reason to delete them though

  Sea Urchin 21:46 30 May 10

There is a limit to the number of emails that can be held on the Sky server - when that limit is exceeded you will no longer be able to access the account.

  djbenny 21:48 30 May 10

im not using sky server, my email i cabn have unlimited emails thats not a problem im talking about outlook!

  Sea Urchin 22:10 30 May 10

You said you have a Sky email account. All emails are loaded on to the Sky server, and then downloaded from there into Outlook. You say "it attempts to re-download everything"

Where do you think those messages are coming from? From the Sky server.

  djbenny 22:17 30 May 10

that was not me that said about the sky server it was awest3, my emails are coming from my private email server.

buit i have a new computer and installed outlook 2007 copied across the pst file so everything had reloaded into outlook but then when i click send a recieve it attempts to get all the emails again

  Sea Urchin 22:22 30 May 10

Same principle applies - you need to make sure that "Leave a copy of messages on the server" is NOT checked in Outlook 2007. This shows you how:

click here

  djbenny 22:24 30 May 10

but i want a copy of the emails on the server i like to have this as a backup plus then i can access my emails online anywhere

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