Stop Windows Mail from Transfering Mail?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Mail' started by june44, Jan 29, 2009.

  1. june44

    june44 Guest

    How so I stop "Window Mail" from transfering my Comcast Mail?
    june44, Jan 29, 2009
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  2. june44

    Guest Guest

    From where to where?

    Robert Miles
    Guest, Jan 29, 2009
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  3. june44

    Spikey Guest

    A wild guess here!!!

    I'm guessing that you want a copy left on your server, so you can access
    your mail from work/college and then when you get home you can download the
    same emails at home???.

    Got to Tools - Accounts - click on your mail account - Properties -
    Advanced tab - and check "Leave a copy of messages on server". You also
    have an option to delete after so many days or when you delete the message
    from your inbox.
    Spikey, Jan 29, 2009
  4. june44

    june44 Guest

    I use comcast mail but when I had to change ports for mail account I did
    something & it took all my mail in the inbox of comcast to windows. I'm just
    used to comcast mail. I will try that to see if it leaves a copy in comcast.
    june44, Jan 29, 2009
  5. june44

    Spikey Guest

    Is Comcast set as your default mail?

    Got to Tools - Accounts - click on Comcast and then click the "Set as
    default" button down the right hand side. That should stop it opening in
    windows mail.
    Spikey, Jan 29, 2009
  6. june44

    june44 Guest

    yes comcast is default. I just received mail in my comcast inbox, hopefully
    it's fixed & it will stay there. But if it does transfer to windows mail, by
    checking that box it will leaved a copy in comcast? Thanks for your help.
    june44, Jan 29, 2009
  7. june44

    Spikey Guest

    Glad it helped.

    Spikey, Jan 29, 2009
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