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Download sent email folder

by sr2017 Starter Poster
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As Vodafone going to discontinue the email service, I wish to download all my sent email folder emails. How to do that?


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by sr2017 Starter Poster
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using IMAP solved the issue as downloaded all the folders.

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Re: Download sent email folder

by Vodafone Ninja Vodafone Ninja Vodafone Ninja
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Hey there, 

 

Are you using Webmail or an email application such as Outlook/Windows Live Mail/Thunderbird? 

 

 

 

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by sr2017 Starter Poster
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I was using webmail for past 7 years and as now email service going to discontinue. I wanted to download the sent emails.

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by Senior Contributor capcomnz Senior Contributor
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@sr2017

I think the only way to do it would be first download an email client to your computer.

Thunderbird is probably the better one if you dont alreday have one.

Thunderbird will sync also with Outlook and Gmail

Windows Live Mail (if you can find the program) doesnt support Oulook accounts anymore. Microsoft took the feature away last year when the upgraded their Outlook

Assuming your using Windows....If Apple, not sure of a good email client.

 

Create your Vodafone account (clearnet or paradise or what ever) in it.

Then in Webmail go to your sent emails that you want to save, select all and use the "move" option to move them to your Inbox.

Thunderbird should the pick these up and download them. BUT they will appear in Thunderbirds Inbox (like new emails).

You could then create a Folder in Thunderbird to save them. Something like "Clearnet sent emails" for example.

If theres lots you would need to do them in bunches.

Repeat till you have them all.

Also in the Webmail Options there is a wawy to show more emails onscreen at one time. Defaults to 20 but just increase that to show/select more.

 

 

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Re: Download sent email folder

by sr2017 Starter Poster
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using IMAP solved the issue as downloaded all the folders.

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‎12-09-2017 11:57 AM
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