reading e-mail remotely

  THE TERMINATOR 02:53 09 Nov 03
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CAN I ACCESS E-MAIL FROM OUTLOOK EXPRESS REMOTELY?

IF SO, HOW DO I ACCESS MY E-MAIL FROM 250 MILES AWAY, ON MY FRIENDS PC?

  powerless 03:11 09 Nov 03

IN OE, CLICK, TOOLS, ACCOUNTS..., NOW CLICK THE TAB "MAIL", THEN CLICK YOUR EMAIL ACCOUNT, THEN CLICK EXPORT AND SAVE IT TO A FLOPPY DISK.

THEN 250 MILES AWAY STICK THAT FLOPPY DISK IN AND OPEN UP OE, CLICK TOOLS, ACCOUNTS..., NOW CLICK THE TAB "MAIL", THEN CLICK IMPORT FIND THE FILE ON THE FLOPPY (THAT YOU 250 MILES AWAY EXPORTED) AND YOUR MAIL SETTINGS WILL BE ALL SET UP AND YOU CAN VIEW AND SEND EMAIL.

HOWEVER ONCE THE EMAILS ARE DOWNLOADED THEY WILL BE ON THE COMPUTER YOU ARE USING. SO IF YOU WANT TO KEEP THEM THEN JUST SAVE THEM.

WHEN YOU LEAVE MAKE SURE YOU DELETE THE EMAIL ACCOUNT IN OE.

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OR... SOME ISP'S ALLOW YOU TO LOG VIA THEIR HOMEPAGE TO CHECK YOUR MAIL VIA YOUR WEB BROWSER.

  beeuuem 03:17 09 Nov 03

You can access your mail using click here from any PC.
With some ISP's you can also access your mail using their home site from any PC. Freeserve and ntl, for example, both do this.

  beeuuem 03:18 09 Nov 03

I can't stand the noise - I'm going to bed :-))

  THE TERMINATOR 03:33 09 Nov 03

Thanks guys, both ideas are great .....................thanks again

  lpl56407 06:29 09 Nov 03

Try Mail2web.com. I use it for OE from anywhere.
All you need to know is you POP3 Mail Server address.

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