Rupert Su wrote: > > Alternatively, and I know this sounds very obvious, you can delete all the > spam messages that you currently have in your Inbox, move your stored > messages into the Inbox from another folder and then POP3 it into your > account at home/work/wherever. > > I know Outlook allows you to synchronise with your Hotmail account. I'm > not sure if it's the same for Yahoo but it's worth a shot. And if anyone > can get it working for the UTS account it'll be good as I have a stack of > stuff that I wanna download from there. If you're referring to the account that ITD are issuing to students/staff, then you probably want the mail server 'mailbox.uts.edu.au' (supports both POP3 and IMAP). (For some reason I accidentally specified the SMTP server postoffice.uts.edu.au and it still works fine). Phil. -- Phillip Tong You were expecting some sort of quote here? Ha!
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