I cannot download the messages online onto my computer and I will be losing access to my account in a few days. I have the information for my account but for some reason I cannot download new or old messages into Windows Mail or Windows Live Mail (even though both programs have confirmed my settings are correct). If anyone can help me, I’ll give you 10 points.
Using Outlook Web Access (that’s the web interface for Exchange server), there is no way to download a message to your computer. You have a couple of options, both of which require the Exchange server to be configured to allow access. The first way would be to make an Outlook Anywhere connection and copy the messages to a personal folder. You would need Outlook on your remote computer, and the sysadmin would need to allow Outlook Anywhere (formerly HTTP or RPC) on both the server and for your user account.
The second way would be to use a POP client and pull the messages down that way. This also requires the admin to have enabled this both on the server and for your account.Microsoft Office 2010
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