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I sent an email through my Outlook Express account on one computer, then downloaded in on my other computer using Outlook Express. This was done using the same account, using the same email address. I only sent this email to myself, and no one else, correct? I have seen other emails where it says the person's email address as the Sender and the Recipient.

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You could use Yahoo, hotmail etc to set up accounts for each PC, then you could forward them, you would also only have the account information applicable to the PC, on each PC, so no one else could download an e-mail when on any of your PC's

It is unlikely to have been sent to anyone else
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