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Help with Emails, 3 Questions


kenny55
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Hi,

1, How do you view emails more than 2 weeks old.

2, How do you enlarge the Email without your inbox showing to the left.

3, How do you open a WWW page that may be shown in the email.

Thanks

Carolyn

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wiz-king

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Cannot answer hypothetica questions.

More info please

What email ISP if webmail? What Email client (program?

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rdave13

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In the mail tile, pointer to right corner then 'settings', 'accounts', then select an account and in the 'download email from' box select 'any time'.

I use Windows Live Mail on the desktop usually and links work ok there. They should also work ok in the tile and it should open Internet Explorer.

As for 2, I don't think you can.

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kenny55

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Thanks Wiz and Dave, I've now resolved the issue with only being able see the emails from two weeks, as for the being able to open links, it just shows as plain text, not a hyperlink.

Also, would anyone be able to help me with uploading images to Facebook?

Thanks, Carolyn

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