"Gary VanderMolen" <gary@xxxxxx> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
You are using the IMAP version of Gmail. Gmail's implementation
of IMAP is unique, and Windows Mail is known to have some
incompatibilities with it. Your best solution for getting rid of the
unwanted emails is to delete them via the web interface at http://gmail.com
. It may take a while before the web server
syncs its new status of those messages with the Windows Mail
I don't really understand your second question. What exactly is
different between your old and new computers with respect to how
they access or display emails?
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail) http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/VanderMolen
"Wendy have a lemon" <None@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> I have a couple of questions. The first one is a really strange one. I
> have three Web based e-mail accounts. One of them is a good 'Google Mail'
> account. It is different to the other two accounts in the way that it
> not have a 'Deleted Items Folder' as such.
> What the account contains is:
> 'Google Mail'
> 'All Mail'
> 'Sent items'
> Recently I signed up to a Website to receive their news literature in the
> form of an e-mail. I have since undersubscribed to the Website so that
> may not send me any more of their newsletter e-mails.
> I have three of their e-mails all in the row in the 'All Mail' folder. I
> have tried deleting all three of those e-mails and they disappear at
> When I go to another folder and then come back to the 'All Mail' folder,
> three e-mails are back again. I have tried to get rid of them many times
> but every time I go back to this folder, they are come back again.
> Does anybody know why? Does anybody know how I can get rid of these
> for good?
> The second question I should really know because I have done it before but
> just can't remember how I did it!
> All I want to know is how to put all my e-mail accounts complete with
> e-mails as shown on my old computer to a new computer so that when I click
> on the 'Mail Icon', it brings up my account as per normal.
> I know you can get to your e-mails by clicking Internet Explorer that way
> but I want it the way that it is on my old computer. I hope this makes
> Thank you in advance