How Do I

  EARLR 19:02 29 Mar 2008
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transfer 1 e-mail from 1 comp. to another ?

  MAT ALAN 19:09 29 Mar 2008

Email it!!!

  VoG II 19:13 29 Mar 2008

Depending on your e-mail client, somewhere you will find a Forward option. Forward it to the e-mail account on the second PC.

  MAT ALAN 19:17 29 Mar 2008

glad somebody's a mind reader...

  EARLR 08:13 31 Mar 2008

But I was looking for a way to use a memory stick.

  Gongoozler 08:35 31 Mar 2008

You can't copy an email from one computer Inbox to another. The problem is that the Inbox is a single file containing all the emails compressed. What you can do is select File - Save As, and save the email in eml format. Double clicking an eml file will open it in Outlook Express.

  Technotiger 08:48 31 Mar 2008

So why on earth did the words 'memory stick' not appear in your initial question ??

The Guys/Gals on here are pretty good, but I don't think any of them are mind-readers.

Sorry, but I feel I had to say what I feel all the above are thinking - oooh, maybe I am a mind-reader LoL.

Anyway, we all forgive you for the slip - but sorry to say, I don't think what you are asking can be done the way that you had hoped.

  EARLR 15:11 31 Mar 2008

Your answer made me think. Since it was only the attachments that I needed. And since that comp. was not connected to the internet I could not forward it.
I remembered how to do it.
The old mind needs jogging once in a while.

Sorry for taxing the mind-reading abilities of all concerned.

By the way is there an explanation of all the terms used such as "LoL" etc. they were not used when I started in this business in the time of "opp codes & registers"

Thanks again

  Technotiger 18:15 31 Mar 2008

LoL = Laughs out loud. Or Lots of Love.
BTW = By the Way.
IMHO = In My Humble Opinion.

Look out for lots more to be added .........

  woodchip 18:27 31 Mar 2008

So why not click the attachment and save it to your stick

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