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    How can I transfer, move etc emails from one account to the another?

    How to move transfer an email between accounts in OE

    I am forced to still use XP and Outlook Express 6 for email. Recently, my ISP, the only one I can access from my home has limited me to less than 100 emails a day. I have a list of over 250 individuals and I send about 5 emails a day to groups of them. My ISP suggested that I set up multiple accounts to be able to send more emails.

    I did that but I can not find a way to transfer emails between accounts (Identities). Forwarding seems to work by sending but they never arrive in the sent to account.

    My equipment is in perfect condition and works for all of my needs

    How can I transfer, move etc emails from one account to the another?

    Please address the specific question above. My situation is complicated by many factors, such as
    I am disabled, old, in constant pain with several physical and mental problems,

    and I have tried every other possibility to solve the problems brought on by loss of support of XP and OE after 10 years, not only by microsoft, ISPs etc. including other email programs, ISPs etc.

    If I can get a working answer to my question, I can continue to use my system even though it is more time consuming.

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