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Author Topic: Access to email client SENT folder  (Read 5842 times)
marko502
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« on: January 03, 2012, 09:32:28 am »

Hi all
I need to transfer all the emails in my SENT folder in the HTC email client to another computor.
Ideally I would just attach them all to an email and send it to myself, but the email client does not provide that option.
Any thoughts anyone?
Thank you
Mark
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keyplyr
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« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2012, 10:04:20 am »



Can't you just forward each one?

If you switch to Gmail most asks are much easier. Gmail will also import you contacts and retrieve all incoming from you old email client so there's no problem with senders having the old address - just a suggestion. Google owns Adroid so Gmail syncs seamlessly with Android phones.
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marko502
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« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2012, 12:56:30 pm »

Thanks keyplyr

Yes, I could forward them to myself, but this would be messy because:
- there are loads of them
- forwarding would lose the original header info ie recipient and date.

Re switching to Gmail - I see the benefits of doing this, but I've established an email system using Outlook Express over the past 15 years, and cant change to Gmail now - not as my main storage for emails anyway.

I'm aware that I should have set the email client to BCc the messages to myself when I was sending them, which I'll do from now.
But there still remain a hundred or so sent emails stranded on the phone which I need to store in Outlook Exprees.

Thanks
Mark


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keyplyr
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« Reply #3 on: January 03, 2012, 01:40:09 pm »


RE: Outlook Express - IMO you should discontinue using this old email client. Microsoft does not support it any longer, thus there are no security patches released (and haven't been in a few years now.) There are undoubtedly numerous security holes that can/will eventually be exploited putting at jeopardy your entire system.  Windows 7 does not even include an email cliet. The risk is just too high.

Yes it is a PITA manually cut'n pasting your contacts up to the Google Cloud (I did the exact same thing myself) but the benefits are well worth it. Gmail is so fast and efficient, you'll be very glad you did. Also, Gmail allows you to have numerous aliases so you can 'send as' who you like. Gmail imports email from 3 different old email clients of mine every couple minutes, and they all show up on my phone/computer seamlessly.
 

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