IMAP -- can I save messages sent on the server to my desktop?

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IMAP -- can I save messages sent on the server to my desktop?

Hey everyone, I'm working off of Apple Mail 4.5. I have figured out the IMAP server for my sbcglobal.net acct, and have successfully received all old emails on the desktop. I also would like to store my old sent emails on the desktop as well. Is this possible? And would it be thru AT&T or Mail that I configure the IMAP to do this?

 

TIA!

Kati

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Re: IMAP -- can I save messages sent on the server to my desktop?

Hi katimo,

 

We would be glad to provide the information.

 

AT&T offers a specialized support named AT&T ConnecTech who can assist you in transferring the mail to the desktop.

 

AT&T ConnecTech agents are highly skilled to support a wide variety of non-AT&TIS hardware and software applications. They have the expertise and tools available to assist you with your issue.For information about pricing and the services available, please contact AT&T ConnecTech Support at 1.877.831.2880. They are open Monday-Sunday: 9am-12am ET and Monday-Sunday 8:00am - 11:00pm Central Time

 

For further details on AT&T ConnecTech, please visit http://www.att.com/remoteservices

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Re: IMAP -- can I save messages sent on the server to my desktop?


Lucretia_1 wrote:

Hi katimo,

 

We would be glad to provide the information.

 


 

...for a fee.

 

Right?

 

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