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27. How do I take a local copy of my mail?

See also: How I do send mail from multiple e-mail addresses in Thunderbird?
See also: How does Thunderbird autoconfig work?
The easiest way is to use a local e-mail client and then copy all mail you wish to save to a local mail folder.

Using Thunderbird

  1. At your local folders (lokala mappar) right click and create a New Folder...

  2. Fill in the name of the folder.

  3. Go back to the mail you want to copy and mark them all.

  4. Right-click and Copy To and then navigate to your new folder.

  5. Let Thunderbird copy all.



 

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