Let`s call the current computer the "host" and the computer you want to send stuff to the "client". On the host, if you go into Windows Explorer (CTRL key + E Key) can you navigate in the left hand pane down to My Network Places>Microsoft Windows Network>Your Network Name> etc and "see" the other computer and it`s files?
I take it you only have two computers but which Operating Systems are they on? (XP, Win2000, Win98SE etc)My last question was really to understand what you are trying to do by sending files/e-mails to the client computer. Are you trying to back up the host computer or do you want to replicate the host computer so you can use either machine?
Hello Taff, Just to thank you for your advice. Sorry for the delay - Xmas is getting in the way. ;-))
We have the two computers and we don't want to do anything complicated at all. All I needed which occured to me later, was to delete the other computer's mail account from my computer and set one up on other computer.
So all is well now, and our post does not need to be sent/forwarded any longer.
Many thanks fr you time and apologies for not getting back sooner.