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  Reply # 922986 28-Oct-2013 12:08
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nathan: The OP doesn't like Outlook for home use

I wasn't saying use outlook, but use desktop search, it can still index mail - just need to access it from a different location :)




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  Reply # 923049 28-Oct-2013 14:22
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Swap to Gmail.  If you can't find something you're after, at least then, you could ask the NSA, as they'll also be trawling your emails 

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 923072 28-Oct-2013 15:08
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I already use gmail, but I don't trust google enough to have my entire email archive and make it permanently available. Service can be cut off at any time.




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  Reply # 923267 28-Oct-2013 21:51
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timmmay: I already use gmail, but I don't trust google enough to have my entire email archive and make it permanently available. Service can be cut off at any time.


As i have pointed out, and others,.....use gmail for your day to day email.  And use thunderbird to keep a copy of it locally - of gmvault.

Both download the entire email repository locally as a backup of gmail, or to more it to another account, or into another provider.

This covers you for the "service may be cut off an any time"




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  Reply # 923346 29-Oct-2013 07:24
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I guess I could copy the GB or so into Gmail, then back that up.

I'm trailing MailVault, which seems effective. If that doesn't work I'll give the gmail idea a shot, thanks all.




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