Can I access inbox from another location?


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Can I access inbox from another location?

Postby SmFzb24 » Thu, 26 Feb 2004 12:26:10 GMT

I am in the military and only go one weekend a month and have an outlook account there.  I have some important information I need to see if I can access it from home or from my outlook account at home.

Re: Can I access inbox from another location?

Postby Mikey » Thu, 26 Feb 2004 12:43:35 GMT

Not sure how the servers are set up at your military 'installation' but if
you go to a site called  http://www.**--****.com/ , key in the email address you
use when you're on the military computer, and then enter the password that
you use to access that computer. I'm assuming it may be a communal machine
and that each of several users may have a private "desktop" set up there,
but if it is your PRIVATE (pardon the pun) machine, you should have no

account there.  I have some important information I need to see if I can
access it from home or from my outlook account at home.

Re: Can I access inbox from another location?

Postby Jocelyn Fiorello [MVP - Outlook] » Thu, 26 Feb 2004 12:46:04 GMT

Have you talked to the administrator of your military e-mail account to see
if they have any advice for you?

Jocelyn Fiorello
MVP - Outlook

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