Trying to remember a piece of interactive fiction where you signed up using your email address and over several days you'd get emails from characters who worked at an imaginary company. I think you could reply to them using a certain format and that would change the way the story played out. I would have seen it around 2006 or 2007, and I don't think it was new then. [more inside]
I need to pull out just the Sender, Subject, Date, Time info from an email archive. Any way to do this easily? Details inside. [more inside]
At work I'm using a Macbook Pro with OS X 10.7.4, running Outlook 2011. Today, I have to ship off this computer to get an upgrade and security update, and they will be wiping out the contents of the hard drive. They've left us very minimal instructions to back up any files we need. For me, the absolute most important thing is having access to all of my old emails and their attachments. So, QUESTION: how do I backup all of my emails in Outlook so that I'll be able to access them on my newly-wiped computer? Where are email files stored on my computer? How can I back up the attachments on the old emails? How do I avert total disaster?
What are good ways to archive old email? [more inside]
Will I regret aggressively using Gmail’s Archive function? [more inside]
How might I retrieve the text contents of c. 6,000 emails, and put each one into a separate field or document? [more inside]
The WikiLeaks release of U.S. diplomatic cables, as detailed in this New York Times article, left me wondering a few things... [more inside]
How do I export Outlook .pst mail archives to a text format for backup purposes? [more inside]
I’d like to archive in a single web-based location my email messages from several separate web-based accounts. What are my options?
About a year ago, I accidentally archived a ton of old emails in my Gmail account, without putting any labels on any of them. (I thought I knew how archiving worked at the time, but obviously I was wrong) [more inside]
How can I download or archive the email from my Yahoo email account to a PC without it interfering with my work email running on Outlook on that same PC? [more inside]
Why is the Archive command missing from Outlook's File menu? [more inside]
I'm curious how people deal w. their old email. (esp those using Outlook and IMAP, but others, too...) [more inside]
How to store and search lots of old email. [more inside]
What is the easiest way to automatically archive IMAP emails (incoming and outgoing) from multiple user accounts? Gmail doesn't handle IMAP and I don't have access to our school's server. We need a central location to archive our research projects emails. Mac, PC, or web method okay.
What's an easy way to backup my e-mail yet still have it pretty easy to search? [more inside]
Are American companies required to archive all incoming and out going email? [more inside]
I've fallen far behind in archiving my gmail Inbox and would like to clear it out. How can I archive every single message (more than 4,000) that's in there now? [more inside]
What's the best Exchange 2003 archiver out there? My needs are simple: preferably web-based, users should be able to read through their own e-mail, e-mails cannot be deleted by users, works with Symantec Mail Security and Brighmail AntiSpam. [more inside]
How can I backup my existing Gmail inbox locally, so I can search and access my messages offline? [more inside]
How can I save a Gmail email to my hard drive? [more inside]
Which WinXP Pro Email Client will play nice with close to 800 megs of emails? [more inside] [more inside]
Eudora has been my email client since, oh, 1994. I now have several hundred megabytes of mail. It's disappointing that Eudora doesn't have an "archiving" feature like Outlook. Does anyone know of a utility that's up to the task? Doing with manually with over 35 folders is painful.