Once my emails have been read from home computer, emails do not show in inbox when accessing my webmail. How can this be fixed?
It sounds like you have set your email program to delete emails from the Webmail server when they are downloaded to your email program. You will want to change this setting to either leave emails in Webmail for a certain period of time, or indefinitely. If you are unsure how to do this, you can search our community pages for 'leave message on server' along with the name of the email program that you are using. You can also reply here with the name and version of the program and we will get you the directions. The version of a program is usually found under Help/About. We hope this helps!
Noah is most likely correct.
There should be an option within the settings of your local computer email program (eg: Outlook, Thunderbird) that allows mail to be "left on the server" for a period of time, or "until deleted".
I have always used this option for the exact problem you are experiencing. Let's say you check mail at home on your local machine at noon, then go to a meeting at 2pm, but forgot some part of the email. You think, will just check my webmail to see the message, as I just got it. But it is not there, because it was deleted by the local computer email program as part of the process of checking email.
The solution is to leave mail on server for a few days, I use 5-10 depending on mail box size and density of emails. That way all your message stay in the inbox for a while.
The local mail program will, each time it checks the mail server for new mail, download only the new messages, and then delete any message older than the specified "leave messages on server" time.
Hope this adds to the answer.
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