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I'm using MS Outlook with Office 2003 (standard edition, I believe) with my
laptop. When I'm away from home each day I like to retrieve my e-mail using
Oulook, downloading it from my Comcast webmail server.

Works great sending and recieving and it's very convienient (for me, at
least)... but my wife and I share our e-mail address. Outlook deletes all
the e-mail on my Comcast server once it's dowloaded into Oulook... so when my
wife's goes to check mail at home, it's gone.

Is there a way I can keep a copy of downloaded e-mails on my Comcast webmail
server after I download mail to Outlook?


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Can i Leave a copy of the sent email on the server. I use my outlook 2003 pst
from two locations. When i send a mail from one site i cannot receive that in
the other site losing track of my sent items.

I want to know how can i receive a copy of what i send out without cc or bcc
my self?

In Office 2003 there was a setting in Outlook to keep a copy of emails on a
webmail account. I have not found similar function in Office 2007 version of
Outlook. Who can assist?
Thanks.

In Office 2003 there was a setting in Outlook to keep a copy of emails on a
webmail account. I have not found similar function in Office 2007 version of
Outlook. Who can assist?
Thanks.

Hello Everyone,

So here's my situation... I've been assigned to take an assessment of our Exchange 2003 server and its e-mail accounts to see if we're still within the Exchange License Agreement. However I've run into a few obsticles.

1.) No one knows where a copy of our exchange license is located. Our previous IT manager ordered the Exchange software and licenses, he resigned as manager and didn't communicate with us where this information was kept.

Where/How can I obtain another copy of our exchange license agreement?

2.) Is there an easy method (or some sort of tool) that will collect the necessary data I would need from our Exchange server to see how many e-mail accounts we have, or how many CALs we have available?

If any of you could offer some advice on how to accomplish these goals, I would really appreciate it.

Thanks guys!

-- Erik

My issue is when I send an email to an individual or group I get a copy of
the email sent to my inbox. I've checked every setting I can think of,
changed and tested different settings and nothing seems to help.

Does anyone have a resolution for my issue?

Hi everyone

we have win2003 network with Exchg2003/SP2.

Many of our employes works outside of the office and they use outlook/POP3 as client.

I need to force these employees to keep a copy of their messages (Sent&Received) in the mailbox store of the server.

I can do it from the client side. but I need to know if is it possible to do it from the server or active directory ? and force the client to keep a copy of the message on the server.

Thanks for your help

Hi all,

I've been looking for a way to keep a copy of all emails on the Exchange server when a remote person accesses their mail box via Outlook or Outlook express.

The remote users prefer to use Outlook and access their email via pop3 to the Exchange server even though they could use OWA.

I know it can be achieved within each clients local outlook settings but I would like to know if I can FORCE it to happen within exchange. This would allow the home office more control and better archiving of the remote users email.

Any one have any ideas. I've searched everywhere I can think of with ZERO results.

Thanks

Is there a way to keep a copy of all messages coming in and going out? For instance, I have a client that wants a copy of everything going out and everything coming in to go to an admin mailbox.

I have never had some request this before, has anyone set this up or know how it can be done.

Thanks
Steve O'Neal

We interact with another organisation who have Outlook email but no other
access to the Internet. We would like them to be able to see the
availability of a user in our organisation by looking at our user's calendar.
The only way I can see this working is to install some sort of
utility/application on our exchange server that accepts a request via email
for a copy of our user's calendar and emails it back to the sender. Is
anyone aware of software that would do this, or an alternative method? The
other organisation have no ability to surf the Internet or access it in any
way apart from sending and receiving emails.

Hi

Is it possible to get a copy of all emails that i receive to my office id
which i access through Microsoft Outlook on my yahoo ID? I have tried
creating rules, but they dont seem to work at all! Is there any way that i
can access my office mails on yahoo?

Regards
Arathi

Is there a way in Exchange to keep a copy of all outgoing emails? Or do I need 3rd party software to do that? And if it is 3rd party.... Is there anyone useing said software and like what they are using? Thanks for any insite.

Darren

Hi,
I have exchange 2000.
Do someone know how to keep a copy of every outgoing mail in a "archive" mailbox.
there is a parameter to keep a copy of every mail going in ot out of the Information Store, but this is not my need. I want to keep a copy of the mails going out of my organisation only, not of the mails within my organisation two.

If there is a parameter in exchange to modify or a software or an utility, please let me know.

Thanks.

I am trying to save a copy of every email sent out from my organiztion to the Internet.

Is it possible to send a copy of every sent email to a special mailbox or something like that? I am talking about Internet email (SMTP)

Thanks.

I'm using Microsoft Outlook 2007, all of my E-mails from my yahoo server were
transferred to my Outlook 2007 because I'm using the POP servers. I still
want to keep a copy of those emails in my yahoo server. How do I do that?

When I open Outlook 2007, it synchronizes all of my E-mails from my yahoo
server to Outlook 2007. I want to keep a copy of my E-mails on my Yahoo
Server, how do I do that in Outlook 2007?

The default setting is to receive message to Outlook, and the original
message in the server is deleted. How can I change the setting such that I
can keep the message in the server so I can read the message from any
computer?
Thank you.

When I open Outlook 2007, it synchronizes all of my E-mails from my yahoo
server to Outlook 2007. I want to keep a copy of my E-mails on my Yahoo
Server, how do I do that in Outlook 2007?

I have set up an existing email account on a new laptop, I did it through
[Control panel -- Mail] and did not tick the setting to keep a copy of
messages on the server - now all the emails get downloaded onto the local
machine and I don't have a copy of them on the exchange server. Its Outlook
2003 on the local machine with Exchange server.
--
Thanks.

The default setting is to receive message to Outlook, and the original
message in the server is deleted. How can I change the setting such that I
can keep the message in the server so I can read the message from any
computer?
Thank you.

Hi,

Please can someone explain how to configure Exchange 2003 to save a copy of
all inbound and outbound mail to a public folder or a spare mailbox?

Many Thanks in advance,

Jack...

Hi,

One of my client want to keep a copy of all outgoing mails (with content of
the mail, not just the subject like with the tracing option) in Exchange 2K3.

Is it possible ?
And how ?

Thanks.

Didier

Can I import a spreadsheet of dates from Excel into Outlook?

How do I forward a copy of an email received in one email account to another
email address using rules in Outlook [Microsoft Office], so the email stays
in the inbox of the original email account/address ?

thanks


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