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Copying Mail to and from Mac Mail

Overview

You may save messages from UGAMail to your local computer very easily if you have a configured email client. This guide will demonstrate how to copy individual messages or entire folders directly onto your computer, from one account to another, and how to copy saved messages from your computer to your UGAMail account. Messages saved to your computer will be available for viewing even if you do not have an internet connection, but only on that machine. You can then copy these messages from your local machine to other email accounts, or back to the UGAMail server, where it will be available online.

Instructions

Copying E-mail from Local Folders to UGAMail

1. Open Mac Mail and setup your new e-mail account.

2. Expand your new UGAMail Mailbox and your On My Mac Mailbox on the left.

3. Drag and Drop the folder from On My Mac Mailbox to your UGAMail Mailbox to COPY the folder in its entirety.

  • Note: Please wait until Mac Mail is done synchronizing before closing Mac Mail.

4. If you no longer wish to keep your local folder, verify that you can view your copied items in OWA before deleting the local folder or removing the Mailbox.

Copying E-mail from UGAMail to Local Folders

1. Open Mac Mail and setup your new e-mail account.

2. Expand your new UGAMail Mailbox and your On My Mac Mailbox on the left.

3. Drag and Drop the folder from your UGAMail Mailbox to your On My Mac Mailbox to COPY the folder in its entirety.

  • Note: Please wait until Mac Mail is done synchronizing before closing Mac Mail.

4. If you no longer wish to keep your UGAMail Mailbox, verify that you can view your copied items in Mac Mail‘s On My Mac Mailbox before deleting the UGAMail folder.

 

Copying Mail to and from Outlook 2003

Overview

You may save messages from UGAMail to your local computer very easily if you have a configured email client. This guide will demonstrate how to copy individual messages or entire folders directly onto your computer, from one account to another, and how to copy saved messages from your computer to your UGAMail account. Messages saved to your computer will be available for viewing even if you do not have an internet connection, but only on that machine. You can then copy these messages from your local machine to other email accounts, or back to the UGAMail server, where it will be available online.

Instructions

Copying E-mail from Local Folders to UGAMail

  1. Open Outlook 2003 and setup your new e-mail account.
  2. Expand your new UGAMail Account and your Personal Folders on the left.
  3. Select the items from your Personal Folders that you would like to copy to your UGAMail account.
  4. Go to Edit > Copy to Folder...
  5. Select the folder you wish to copy the items to and click OK.
    • Note: Drag and Drop will move your items and not copy them.
    • Note: Please wait until Outlook 2003 is done synchronizing before closing the program.
  6. If you no longer wish to keep your local folder, verify that you can view your copied items in UGAMail webmail before deleting the local folder.

Copying E-mail from UGAMail to Local Folders

  1. Open Outlook 2003 and setup your new e-mail account.
  2. Expand your new UGAMail Account and your Personal Folders on the left.
  3. Select the items from your UGAMail account that you would like to copy to your Personal Folders.
  4. Go to Edit > Copy to Folder...
  5. Select the folder you wish to copy the items to and click OK.
    • Note: Drag and Drop will move your items and not copy them.
    • Note: Please wait until Outlook 2007 is done synchronizing before closing the program.
  6. If you no longer wish to keep your server folder, verify that you can view your copied items in your Personal Folders before deleting the server folder.

Copying Mail to and from Outlook 2007

Overview

You may save messages from UGAMail to your local computer very easily if you have a configured email client. This guide will demonstrate how to copy individual messages or entire folders directly onto your computer, from one account to another, and how to copy saved messages from your computer to your UGAMail account. Messages saved to your computer will be available for viewing even if you do not have an internet connection, but only on that machine. You can then copy these messages from your local machine to other email accounts, or back to the UGAMail server, where it will be available online.

Instructions

Copying E-mail from Local Folders to UGAMail

1. Open Outlook 2007 and setup your new e-mail account.

2. Expand your new UGAMail Account and your Personal Folders on the left.

3. Select the items from your Personal Folders that you would like to copy to your UGAMail account.

4. Go to Edit > “Copy to Folder…”

5. Select the folder you wish to copy the items to and click OK.

  • Note: Drag and Drop will MOVE your items and not COPY them.
  • Note: Please wait until Outlook 2007 is done synchronizing before closing the program.

6. If you no longer wish to keep your local folder, verify that you can view your copied items in Outlook Web before deleting the local folder.

Copying E-mail from Webmail to Local Folders

1. Open Outlook 2007 and setup your new e-mail account.

2. Expand your new UGAMail Account and your Personal Folders on the left.

3. Select the items from your UGAMail account that you would like to copy to your Personal Folders.

4. Go to Edit > “Copy to Folder…”

5. Select the folder you wish to copy the items to and click OK.

  • Note: Drag and Drop will MOVE your items and not COPY them.
  • Note: Please wait until Outlook 2007 is done synchronizing before closing the program.

6. If you no longer wish to keep your server folder, verify that you can view your copied items in your Personal Folders before deleting the server folder.

Copying Mail to and from Thunderbird

Overview

You may save messages from UGAMail to your local computer very easily if you have a configured email client. This guide will demonstrate how to copy individual messages or entire folders directly onto your computer, from one account to another, and how to copy saved messages from your computer to your UGAMail account. Messages saved to your computer will be available for viewing even if you do not have an internet connection, but only on that machine. You can then copy these messages from your local machine to other email accounts, or back to the UGAMail server, where it will be available online.

Instructions

Copying E-mail From Local Folders to UGAMail

1. Open Thunderbird and setup your new e-mail account.

2. Expand your new UGAMail Account and your Local Folders on the left.

3. Select the items from your Local Folders that you would like to copy to your UGAMail account.

4. Right click and go to “Copy to”.

5. Select the folder you wish to copy the items to.

  • Note: Drag and Drop will MOVE your items and not COPY them.
  • Note: Please wait until Thunderbird is done synchronizing before closing the program.

6. If you no longer wish to keep your local folder, verify that you can view your copied items in OWA before deleting the local folder.

Copying E-mail from Webmail to Local Folders

1. Open Thunderbird and setup your new e-mail account.

2. Expand your new UGAMail Account and your Local Folders on the left.

3. Select the items from your UGAMail that you would like to copy to your Local Folders.

4. Right click and go to “Copy to”.

5. Select the folder you wish to copy the items to.

  • Note: Drag and Drop will MOVE your items and not COPY them.
  • Note: Please wait until Thunderbird is done synchronizing before closing the program.

6. If you no longer wish to keep your server folder, verify that you can view your copied items in your Personal Folders before deleting the server folder.

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