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    ISP Emails - Query

    The parents are thinking of changing ISPs and wondering is there to transfer a copy of their email messages in their inbox and folders accross from their current ISP to their new?

    I was thinking wouldn't software like outlook or windows mail could be used to download a copy of all they existing email messages and contacts, and then it can re upload to their new ISP inbox.

    Would this work or am i wrong? i always used web based email and never used these kind of software.

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    If the old account is active after the transfer you can do a pop3 or imap transfer if it's supported.

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