Windows 10: email options

  1.    17 Mar 2017 #1

    email options

    anyone found a free email option that will keep emails on the pc if you log in on a different device with different email client
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       17 Mar 2017 #2

    The problem as I see it is when I log onto a 'foreign' ISP's service to check my E-Mail I can't Send from that connection, it's called relaying and prohibited by most ISPs. That's why I use Webmail. I set the free Mozilla SeaMonkey's E-Mail Client to access and download my POP3 E-Mail then when I'm traveling use Webmail to work with my messages. I have my ISP's Webmail set to leave a copy on the server then when I get back to my main computer download then delete messages from the server. Anything I do in Webmail that is left over after logging out is usually still available to my main computer.
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  3.    17 Mar 2017 #3

    Simplest is to use gmail you can use it on any device and if you leave emails on the server you can use thunderbird to get emails and it will download all of them but leave them on server gmail can also collect email from other isp for you
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  4.    18 Mar 2017 #4

    gmail is ok if you have a gmail account but my main email address is different don't see why I should change it just because the options for windows 10 keep deleting my emails from my pc
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