Going on vacation

  1.    13 Feb 2008 #1
    mealyjimmy Guest

    Going on vacation

    When going on vacation can I re-direct my mail to another e-mail address ?
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  2.    13 Feb 2008 #2
    David Webb Guest

    Re: Going on vacation

    Here's a simple solution: Most ISPs offer webmail access to one's account. This
    would give you the ability to read and respond to any new messages using any web
    browser. Whatever messages you leave in the Inbox on the server can be
    downloaded to your home system upon your return.

    As an alternate, see if your ISP offers any mail forwarding option.

    "mealyjimmy" <mealyjimmy@xxxxxx> wrote in message

    > When going on vacation can I re-direct my mail to another e-mail address ?

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