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Resolved Outlook setting for time emails kept on server

Discussion in 'Microsoft Mail (Outlook / OE / Windows Mail)' started by Alicia J, 2010/06/21.

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    Alicia J Lifetime Subscription

    Alicia J Geek Member Thread Starter

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    When I set up Outlook it asked how long to keep email on the server. I cannot find the setting to change it now. I am using Microsoft Office 2010.
     
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    To save me booting the laptop up which has Outlook 2010 installed I'm looking in 2007 which is probably the same .....

    Tools > Account Settings - highlight the account and click on Change

    In the Change Email Account window click on More Settings and then on the Advanced tab - the setting is there.
     

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    Thanks. You led me down the correct path. :)

    File/account settings/change existing connections/
    (under the email tab)change/more settings/advanced
     
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    You're welcome :)
     

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