I'm using Windows 7, my broadband supplier is BT Total Broadband, browser is Google Chrome and e-mail is Orange webmail.
I get a lot of powerpoints and large files from friends which I periodically use at a club but the inbox is now pretty full and I wondered if there was a SIMPLE way to transfer them to a CD which I could use when required.
Thanks in anticipation.
I have BT Total Broadband and I can't see any option there - but my email client is Incredimail and with that I just choose File - Import & Export. I have never had the need to burn to a CD but the method on Incredimail is a way of "backing up" all contacts/messages for transfer to another computer.
OP is using webmail not an e-mail client like Incredimail. I suspect that they will have to be downloaded. The long way is to open each attachment with a large file, then use save as to save it on your harddrive in a folder for that purpose and then burn that folder to cd.
You can save those e-mails to a folder on the hard drive by installing and configuring Windows Live Mail. I used to use Outlook Express before moving from XP to Windows 7 and saved certain emails to the hard drive and on to disc, now I need Live Mail to read them.
Once installed and direct your e-mail to WLM inbox click on the down arrow in the blue box at top left. Choose Save then Save as file.
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