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Saving E-mail folders to CDs

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  1. lilart

    lilart Thread Starter

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    I have put all my correspondence from an overseas daughter on a CD, but putting them on one-by-one is a chore. Is there anyway that I can save an entire folder of e-mails (30+) onto a CD in one operation. I can't seem to find the way to do this. I'm working in Outlook Express, Windows XP. I'd appreciate any help with this. lilart
     
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    are they in a folder now?

    if so, put a blank cd in the cd drive, drag the enitire folder onto the blank cd- right click on the cd- does it say "Write these files to cd." ?


    oop - ive never use outlook express so i dont know how it's arranged but there should be a folder of incoming emails somewhere on your hard drive
     
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    Yes, it works in XP.
     
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    Thanks you all for the suggestions. Yes, it is in a folder. I tried the website, printed out the instructions, and tried several times to follow the instructions, but only got so far and things fell apart. I thought there had to be an easier way. Any other suggestions. lilart
     
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