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Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by Dipen01, Mar 22, 2006.

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  1. Dipen01

    Dipen01 New Member

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    Hey there..

    Is there any way in which one can forward all its messages (or all selected) from one account to another...

    For e.g i want to forward 30 mails from my own yahoo account to own gmail account...quickly...how can i do that..??


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    i wnt to frwd MY yahoo Idzz to MSN...How..
     
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    Am not talking abt IDs...mail from those ID's...
     
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    u can select all and fwd or d/l em onto a client and send them all.
     
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    Where do u find such option harsh? You cannot select all and forward in yahoo.
    Well one way would be to download all yahoo mails to your mail client using softwares like yahoo pops or any other and then foward them all to your another account. Will be a bit tedious though I guess. Any better solutions please?
     
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    i think there is an option in yahoo and gmail to automatically forward mails from the selected incoming email to ur choice of destination email!
     
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    mehulved 18 Till I Die............

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    But what about the existing mails? He wants the existing ones too.
     
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    Well i aint sure of it...coz..i changed some settings and now..am able to send mail from gmail...with yahoo ID...means..i can send a mail..which will reach like @yahoo.com ...so thats what i could do...

    and not even current messages are forwarded ....

    What abt that client thingy...i wouldnt mind..if its worth..and working...

    Pls lemme know..

    thanx a lot for replies...


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    dipen have a look at yahoopops and do tell me if it works for you. If I my computer starts working this week I will check it and tell you the results.
    Download and configure yahoo pops and download all th e mails from your yahoo acount and using email client(at least thunderbird, that what I tried on) you can select all mails and forward them to your gmail account.
    And for receiving the mails on yahoo is considered do the following:-
    Go to settings in gmail ->Accounts ->Send mail as -> When I receive a message sent to one of my addresses: -> select Always reply from my default address.
    Hope this helps you.
     
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