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I have too many email messages. How can I save to cd/dvd?

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Almost 2000 messages in Hotmail and the system is slow. I don't want to

delete anything but I will if I have to. How do I save them to CD?

Mike
 
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Mikie;260602 Wrote:
> Almost 2000 messages in Hotmail and the system is slow. I don't want to
> delete anything but I will if I have to. How do I save them to CD?

> MikeYou could choose select all then print to file, then copy the file to


cd.

Simon Lloyd

Regards,

Simon Lloyd

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or, you could use the outlook Archive feature- File/Archive , and it will

move them to a pst file you can then burn to CD

"Simon Lloyd" wrote:



> Mikie;260602 Wrote:
> > Almost 2000 messages in Hotmail and the system is slow. I don't want to
> > delete anything but I will if I have to. How do I save them to CD?
> > MikeYou could choose select all then print to file, then copy the file to

> cd.

> > Simon Lloyd

> Regards,
> Simon Lloyd
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Also you can try HTML Email Archiver for Outlook from MAPILab to create html

copy of your outlook folders and burn it on the CD.

http://www.mapilab.com/outlook/email_archiver/

Archives created in the program reproduce the structure of Microsoft Outlook

folders, where it can contain messages or other elements in any language and

with any type of attachment, support the sorting of several criteria and can

be searched with advanced options.

Also you can reduce your PST-file size by extracting attachments from the

messages with Attachments Processor for Outlook.

http://www.mapilab.com/outlook/attachments_processor/

Nick Kharchenko, MAPILab Ltd.

Software for Microsoft Exchange and Outlook

"Mikie" wrote:


> Almost 2000 messages in Hotmail and the system is slow. I don't want to
> delete anything but I will if I have to. How do I save them to CD?

> Mike
 
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