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    How do I print e-mail account information ? (2002/sr2)

    I have 5 different e-mail accounts listed in my Outlook 2002/ Sr2 and I would like to be able to print off the information.

    I just like to have a paper backup just incase I have to re-build my computer. Trying to remember all of the different accounts and settings is just a bit difficult. I would think there is an easy way to do this, but I have been unable to find it.

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    Re: How do I print e-mail account information ? (2002/sr2)

    Apparently in earlier versions of Outlook you could export your mail account settings to an .iaf file, but that no longer is an option. Outlook Express still can make such a file (using Tools>Accounts...>Mail tab>Export) but this means you have to fire up OE, import your Outlook accounts, and then export from there. Actually, I'm not sure the content inside an .iaf file is plain text you can print, so perhaps someone can confirm that first!

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    Re: How do I print e-mail account information ? (2002/sr2)

    I go to each account with settings and do a "Print Screen" and paste the image into a word file. I can then print it out and still have a copy on the disk with all of the accounts in one file.

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    Re: How do I print e-mail account information ? (2002/sr2)

    And here I thought we had an advanced mail handling tool.

    ;-)

    The old ways are still the only ways sometimes. Thank you.

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