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Accessing email from another computer

  1. #1


    Alan Wightman Guest

    Accessing email from another computer

    Good day. Any suggestions on how to access my Windows Mail from another
    computer?


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  2. #2


    sherbert Guest

    RE: Accessing email from another computer

    I don't think you can as Windows Mail is on your local hard drive I guess
    someone else will say that I am wrong!! You can get your mail via web mail
    from another computer.

    "Alan Wightman" wrote:

    > Good day. Any suggestions on how to access my Windows Mail from another
    > computer?
    >
    >

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    Guest

    Re: Accessing email from another computer

    There is some software that will let people log onto your computer from
    another
    computer from another computer, although normally only within your home
    network. I don't know whether it is compatible with Windows Mail, though.

    Windows Mail is a program that comes with Vista and runs on your computer.

    "sherbert" <sherbert@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:37A39A0D-28B2-4227-A230-9A85255310E6@xxxxxx

    >I don't think you can as Windows Mail is on your local hard drive I guess
    > someone else will say that I am wrong!! You can get your mail via web mail
    > from another computer.
    >
    > "Alan Wightman" wrote:
    >

    >> Good day. Any suggestions on how to access my Windows Mail from another
    >> computer?
    >>
    >>


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    Gary VanderMolen Guest

    Re: Accessing email from another computer

    You don' access Windows Mail from another computer, you access the
    source of the mail. To do so, log in to the webmail portal of your mail
    provider. However, unless you have configured your account to leave
    copies on the server, you will only see newly arrived emails.

    --
    Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP


    "Alan Wightman" <a_wightman@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:%23cG8zcdsIHA.2068@xxxxxx

    > Good day. Any suggestions on how to access my Windows Mail from another
    > computer?

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    Charlie Tame Guest

    Re: Accessing email from another computer

    Alan Wightman wrote:

    > Good day. Any suggestions on how to access my Windows Mail from another
    > computer?

    Do you mean another computer at home, another at a fixed location or
    maybe a laptop you take from place to place?

    This may be the simplest answer for you...

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