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I accidently downloaded all of my email to my local computer on outlook express 6.0 off the server (yahoo) and want to put it back on the server. I tried to highlight all the messages and forward them back to my email address with the idea that I can search for what i need in the future. The problem is when I try this the system locks up. So I brought the computer home, hooked it up as a slave hoping that the office computer just didn't have enough memory or ? and I would be able to open the messages on my home system but I cannot find where these messages are stored on the slave hard drive and when I click on the outlook icon on the slave drive it opens the main drive email folder. What is the best way to solve this problem?? Can I open the other folder (from the slave) that contains all my mail? Thanks in advance.

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