I have Outlook Express on my home computer and I would like it on my Office Computer so that I can access my E-Mails on either computer. How do I set this up
What operating system have you got on your office computer? Outlook Express is more of a legacy client and has been replaced with other clients such as Windows Live Mail and Windows 8 Mail (with Windows 8). Our email client setup guides can be found here.
Outlook Express is only on Windows XP, which will no longer be supported by Microsoft in 55 days and as such will no longer be considered secure. You will need Windows Live Mail if you have Windows 7 or 8. You can use it to access emails similarly to the way you access them on OE.
When you add the email to Windows Live Mail, you will need to go into the account settings on OE and go to advanced. Look for a setting called "Leave a copy of messages on server" and ensure there is a a check in the box. This will ensure you get your emails on both computers consistently, not just the older computer.
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