|Topic:||Email IMAP account - advice please|
|Posted by:||Julia Evans|
|Just wondering if anyone can give me some tech advice while I'm awaiting a response from my ISP.|
I have been with my ISP (Easily) for 12 years or so and have had a POP account for my email address during this time.
I have an old small netbook that had as an old copy of Thunderbird on it where my emails download to...but this netbook has now become very unreliable, I think the battery pack is packing up. Plus when the emails have been downloaded I cannot access them so when it eventually gives up I will have no access to the history.
I would like to be able to do two things:
1. To be able to back up/transfer some (not all) of the important historical emails from this pc;
2. To set up a new account - IMAP I think - option, so that I can access my emails at any time on any device without running out of room/memory etc.
I like the Thunderbird interface but am happy to adapt to a new email client if it's necessary or better or just highly recommended.
Any advice or recommendations would be most welcome,
many thanks in advance.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Email IMAP account - advice please||05/01/16 13:46:00||Julia Evans|
|Re:Email IMAP account - advice please||05/01/16 14:05:00||Christopher Bell|
|Re:Email IMAP account - advice please||05/01/16 14:44:00||Will Watson|
|Re:Email IMAP account - advice please||05/01/16 14:47:00||Les Fletcher|
|Re:Email IMAP account - advice please||05/01/16 16:30:00||Iris Hill|
|Re:Re:Email IMAP account - advice please||05/01/16 22:43:00||Julia Evans|