Move e-mails back to Yahoo from Outlook


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SueP

Hello. I apologize if this is a duplicate transmission, but I can't seem to
find my original post...

I am running Windows Vista and Outlook 2007. Is there a way to
auto-transfer all e-mails in an Outlook account/Inbox to a Yahoo
account/Inbox? I have a Yahoo e-mail account and when I set up Outlook on my
new laptop, all my Yahoo e-mails (Inbox only, not sub-folders) transferred to
Outlook. I have found that I prefer Yahoo, so I can be at a friend's house
and look at e-mail, so I would like to know how to transfer my messages from
Outlook, back into my Yahoo account. I have over 300 messages, so I was
hoping there was a way to do this automatically, just like they
auto-forwarded to Outlook, I would like to auto-forward them back to Yahoo.
Just a side note, but I was never able to send messages from Outlook, so I
can't even try to send them to another e-mail account.

If I never open Outlook again, I'm good, but all the e-mails that are in
that account are now lost, since if I try to access them, any new Yahoo
messages auto-forward.

Help!!! I know someone out there knows the answer because every time I ask
a question, you "guys" always have the answer :)

Thanks in advance!!!!!
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

No, there is not an easy way to return mail to the Yahoo server. If you set
outlook to leave mail on the server, you can read new mail anywhere.
See http://www.outlook-tips.net/howto/mail-on-server.htm

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

Outlook & Exchange Solutions Center: http://www.slipstick.com/

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mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
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S

SueP

Thank you so much for the help. I did find my previous post, and was able to
correct all issues.

Thanks for all your help. As usual, this is the best site ever!!!!!!! So
many knowledgable people!!!!!!

Diane Poremsky said:
No, there is not an easy way to return mail to the Yahoo server. If you set
outlook to leave mail on the server, you can read new mail anywhere.
See http://www.outlook-tips.net/howto/mail-on-server.htm

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

Outlook & Exchange Solutions Center: http://www.slipstick.com/

Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

Poll: What version of Exchange server do you use?
http://forums.slipstick.com/showthread.php?t=33803

SueP said:
Hello. I apologize if this is a duplicate transmission, but I can't seem
to
find my original post...

I am running Windows Vista and Outlook 2007. Is there a way to
auto-transfer all e-mails in an Outlook account/Inbox to a Yahoo
account/Inbox? I have a Yahoo e-mail account and when I set up Outlook on
my
new laptop, all my Yahoo e-mails (Inbox only, not sub-folders) transferred
to
Outlook. I have found that I prefer Yahoo, so I can be at a friend's
house
and look at e-mail, so I would like to know how to transfer my messages
from
Outlook, back into my Yahoo account. I have over 300 messages, so I was
hoping there was a way to do this automatically, just like they
auto-forwarded to Outlook, I would like to auto-forward them back to
Yahoo.
Just a side note, but I was never able to send messages from Outlook, so I
can't even try to send them to another e-mail account.

If I never open Outlook again, I'm good, but all the e-mails that are in
that account are now lost, since if I try to access them, any new Yahoo
messages auto-forward.

Help!!! I know someone out there knows the answer because every time I
ask
a question, you "guys" always have the answer :)

Thanks in advance!!!!!

.
 
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Alu tek

Hi Sue,

I have the same problem with my emails transferred from Yahoo account. Seeing that you have managed reverting this process is there any chance that you could advise how did you it step by step, as I cannot see your earlier post.

Thanks a lot!



SueP wrote:

Move e-mails back to Yahoo from Outlook
12-Jan-10

Hello. I apologize if this is a duplicate transmission, but I cannot seem t
find my original post..

I am running Windows Vista and Outlook 2007. Is there a way t
auto-transfer all e-mails in an Outlook account/Inbox to a Yaho
account/Inbox? I have a Yahoo e-mail account and when I set up Outlook on m
new laptop, all my Yahoo e-mails (Inbox only, not sub-folders) transferred t
Outlook. I have found that I prefer Yahoo, so I can be at a friend's hous
and look at e-mail, so I would like to know how to transfer my messages fro
Outlook, back into my Yahoo account. I have over 300 messages, so I wa
hoping there was a way to do this automatically, just like the
auto-forwarded to Outlook, I would like to auto-forward them back to Yahoo
Just a side note, but I was never able to send messages from Outlook, so
cannot even try to send them to another e-mail account

If I never open Outlook again, I am good, but all the e-mails that are i
that account are now lost, since if I try to access them, any new Yaho
messages auto-forward

Help!!! I know someone out there knows the answer because every time I as
a question, you "guys" always have the answer :-

Thanks in advance!!!!!

Previous Posts In This Thread:

Move e-mails back to Yahoo from Outlook
Hello. I apologize if this is a duplicate transmission, but I cannot seem t
find my original post..

I am running Windows Vista and Outlook 2007. Is there a way t
auto-transfer all e-mails in an Outlook account/Inbox to a Yaho
account/Inbox? I have a Yahoo e-mail account and when I set up Outlook on m
new laptop, all my Yahoo e-mails (Inbox only, not sub-folders) transferred t
Outlook. I have found that I prefer Yahoo, so I can be at a friend's hous
and look at e-mail, so I would like to know how to transfer my messages fro
Outlook, back into my Yahoo account. I have over 300 messages, so I wa
hoping there was a way to do this automatically, just like the
auto-forwarded to Outlook, I would like to auto-forward them back to Yahoo
Just a side note, but I was never able to send messages from Outlook, so
cannot even try to send them to another e-mail account

If I never open Outlook again, I am good, but all the e-mails that are i
that account are now lost, since if I try to access them, any new Yaho
messages auto-forward

Help!!! I know someone out there knows the answer because every time I as
a question, you "guys" always have the answer :-

Thanks in advance!!!!!

No, there is not an easy way to return mail to the Yahoo server.
No, there is not an easy way to return mail to the Yahoo server. If you se
outlook to leave mail on the server, you can read new mail anywhere
See http://www.outlook-tips.net/howto/mail-on-server.ht

-
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook
Outlook Tips: http://www.outlook-tips.net


Outlook Tips by email
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange
mailto:[email protected]

Poll: What version of Exchange server do you use
http://forums.slipstick.com/showthread.php?t=33803

Thank you so much for the help.
Thank you so much for the help. I did find my previous post, and was able t
correct all issues

Thanks for all your help. As usual, this is the best site ever!!!!!!! S
many knowledgable people!!!!!

:


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N. Miller

I have the same problem with my emails transferred from Yahoo account.
Seeing that you have managed reverting this process is there any chance
that you could advise how did you it step by step, as I cannot see your
earlier post.

It can't be done, properly. The only way is to send yourself an email to the
Yahoo! account, and include the downloaded email as an attachment. I don't
know if it can be done in bulk, or if it can be done in bulk, that the
result will be convenient.

A straight "Forward" of the email loses all of the routing information in
the headers; it is as if the email originated from you.

Yahoo! only offers POP3 access, not IMAP. So you can't restore the email to
the Yahoo! servers intact.
 
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Alu tek

Thank you Norman for your info much appreciated.

Alicia



N. Miller wrote:

It cannot be done, properly.
09-Mar-10

It cannot be done, properly. The only way is to send yourself an email to th
Yahoo! account, and include the downloaded email as an attachment. I do no
know if it can be done in bulk, or if it can be done in bulk, that th
result will be convenient

A straight "Forward" of the email loses all of the routing information i
the headers; it is as if the email originated from you

Yahoo! only offers POP3 access, not IMAP. So you cannot restore the email t
the Yahoo! servers intact

-
Norma
~Oh Lord, why have you com
~To Konnyu, with the Lion and the Drum

Previous Posts In This Thread:

Move e-mails back to Yahoo from Outlook
Hello. I apologize if this is a duplicate transmission, but I cannot seem t
find my original post..

I am running Windows Vista and Outlook 2007. Is there a way t
auto-transfer all e-mails in an Outlook account/Inbox to a Yaho
account/Inbox? I have a Yahoo e-mail account and when I set up Outlook on m
new laptop, all my Yahoo e-mails (Inbox only, not sub-folders) transferred t
Outlook. I have found that I prefer Yahoo, so I can be at a friend's hous
and look at e-mail, so I would like to know how to transfer my messages fro
Outlook, back into my Yahoo account. I have over 300 messages, so I wa
hoping there was a way to do this automatically, just like the
auto-forwarded to Outlook, I would like to auto-forward them back to Yahoo
Just a side note, but I was never able to send messages from Outlook, so
cannot even try to send them to another e-mail account

If I never open Outlook again, I am good, but all the e-mails that are i
that account are now lost, since if I try to access them, any new Yaho
messages auto-forward

Help!!! I know someone out there knows the answer because every time I as
a question, you "guys" always have the answer :-

Thanks in advance!!!!!

No, there is not an easy way to return mail to the Yahoo server.
No, there is not an easy way to return mail to the Yahoo server. If you se
outlook to leave mail on the server, you can read new mail anywhere
See http://www.outlook-tips.net/howto/mail-on-server.ht

-
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook
Outlook Tips: http://www.outlook-tips.net


Outlook Tips by email
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange
mailto:[email protected]

Poll: What version of Exchange server do you use
http://forums.slipstick.com/showthread.php?t=33803

Thank you so much for the help.
Thank you so much for the help. I did find my previous post, and was able t
correct all issues

Thanks for all your help. As usual, this is the best site ever!!!!!!! S
many knowledgable people!!!!!

:

Move e-mails back to Yahoo from Outlook
Hi Sue,

I have the same problem with my emails transferred from Yahoo account. Seeing that you have managed reverting this process is there any chance that you could advise how did you it step by step, as I cannot see your earlier post.

Thanks a lot!

It cannot be done, properly.
It cannot be done, properly. The only way is to send yourself an email to th
Yahoo! account, and include the downloaded email as an attachment. I do no
know if it can be done in bulk, or if it can be done in bulk, that th
result will be convenient

A straight "Forward" of the email loses all of the routing information i
the headers; it is as if the email originated from you

Yahoo! only offers POP3 access, not IMAP. So you cannot restore the email t
the Yahoo! servers intact

-
Norma
~Oh Lord, why have you com
~To Konnyu, with the Lion and the Drum


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