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Is there anyway of getting emails on outlook or something back onto the server they came from in the same state (ie. frometc)
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Is there anyway of getting emails on outlook or something back onto the server they came from in the same state (ie. frometc)
kick it?... sorry, no idea- can you not just forward it?

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kick it?... sorry, no idea- can you not just forward it?

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but then its from me and not the orig sender
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but then its from me and not the orig sender
i doubt there is a way, cos if there was there'd be nothing to stop you changing it + pretending it's from the other person.

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i dont think there's a way of getting them back onto the server, but you can choose to keep a copy of them on the server when you are downloading them, in the options bit.
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i doubt there is a way, cos if there was there'd be nothing to stop you changing it + pretending it's from the other person.

lou xxx
its so i can get stuff off my outlook onto my uni webserver
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Email it to ur uni account?
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Email it to ur uni account?
nah, i need it as they were before outlook bloody downloaded them!
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Is there anyway of getting emails on outlook or something back onto the server they came from in the same state (ie. frometc)
I'm not precisely sure what you mean. But im taking a guess at you want to 'download' the message... but retain a copy of that message on the server.
In the advanced options of you're mail server options in outlook, there should be an option "Leave a copy of message on server", this will do precisely what I described above
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nah, i need it as they were before outlook bloody downloaded them!
Outlook Express has two options that could help you very much, File>>Export>>Messages, and File>>Import>>Messages.

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