If you set up two separate log-in accounts (for logging into Windows) and
then set up your e-mail accounts; then because you will be entering the mail
settings that are unique to each account (user) the mail will be kept
separate to yourself or your daughter. This also has the advantage that you
are both able to set up windows to your own unique styles of use.
This is what my wife and I do and it works fine. We have one internet
account for the house but because we have separate e-mail accounts with the
main account we were able to setup our e-mail program (we use Outlook) to
download our e-mail to each other separately.
"src6007" <src6007@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Have one e-mail accout with 2 e-mails mine and my daughters. Have set upa
> laptop for my daughter with her e-mail. When she enters windows mailnot
> does she receive her own e-mails but she also receives my e-mails. Can
> help with a solution that she only receives her own e-mails.