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    Is there a way to download all your gmail emails?

    How can you download gmail archives?

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    I did a search on g for "download all gmail" some interesting things you can try. Some require you to have a server online and use fetchmail also there are a couple programs that are being sold. I think the server route might be the better method

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    yeah there are a bunch of them, so I was hoping someone here tried any to save time on testing them all.
    Would be good if it can download from separate folders/tags

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    You can use Outlook or Thunderbird to keep your messages offline, all you to do is to activate POP (or Imap if you prefer) and then configure your e-mail client to download all your messages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shenron View Post


    You can use Outlook or Thunderbird to keep your messages offline, all you to do is to activate POP (or Imap if you prefer) and then configure your e-mail client to download all your messages.
    Thats exactly what i do. And this is why i prefer gmail over yahoo. Ot took me long time to download all emails for the 1s time though. But once its done, no problems eversince.

    I guess the link below might be o f some help to u

    Supported POP client list - Help Center

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    I use m2 client of my Opera and pop function of gmail.
    After every 3-4 months I export my mails from Opera and burn it on a cd.
    I have now all emails from past 3 years

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    I prefer Outlook,
    Thats Much Easier But i dont know how to config Outlook for Yahoo,
    i have a free yahoo account

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    If u have a free account with yahoo then u cant use outlook with yahoo.

    POP for yahoo is available only for premium users.

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