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Discussion in 'Windows Live Mail' started by LuDean Marvin, Feb 10, 2007.

  1. There is still no way that I can see that you can move or copy RSS or
    Newsgroup messages to "On this computer". The only solution I have
    been able to use so far is to send it to myself in an email. This is
    what I call a kludge.
     
    LuDean Marvin, Feb 10, 2007
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  2. LuDean Marvin

    Ildhund Guest

    You can do this if you have the "All news" and "All feeds" options
    selected in Search folders in Mail view. Then you can find the posts/feeds
    you want to save in the message list and move (drag and drop) or copy
    (ctrl-drag and drop) them to a folder of your choosing under "On this
    computer".
     
    Ildhund, Feb 11, 2007
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  3. Still a kludge. I should be able to drag and drop any message from
    anywhere to anywhere, when I want to. Period. In earlier builds, this
    was possible. Why they took it out I cannot imagine.

    | You can do this if you have the "All news" and "All feeds" options
    | selected in Search folders in Mail view. Then you can find the
    posts/feeds
    | you want to save in the message list and move (drag and drop) or
    copy
    | (ctrl-drag and drop) them to a folder of your choosing under "On
    this
    | computer".
    | --
    | Noel
    |
    |
    message
    | | > There is still no way that I can see that you can move or copy RSS
    or
    | > Newsgroup messages to "On this computer". The only solution I
    have
    | > been able to use so far is to send it to myself in an email. This
    is
    | > what I call a kludge.
    | >
    | >
     
    LuDean Marvin, Feb 11, 2007
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  4. LuDean Marvin

    Alan Guest

    Any idea where one can get a list of fixes included in the latest
    version? Release notes perhaps? But where?
     
    Alan, Feb 15, 2007
    #4
  5. LuDean Marvin

    Kevin Young Guest

    I agree. You see a news message that will be helpful and you want to save
    it, in OE you simply dragged it to one of your mail folders but in WLMd you
    have to forward it to yourself.
     
    Kevin Young, Feb 15, 2007
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