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    Im a disabled vet (thats pretty far down on the tech. scale) who needs some help. My old computer died and was replaced with a new Lenovo with Windows 10. When my Windows 2012 Live Mail was transferred, all looked great and seemed to be working fine. However, after about a week all of my email folders with years of emails disappeared. Ive tried using the suggestions found on the web, with no success. My browser is Internet Explorer. Can someone simplify the steps to follow for me ?
    07-02-2016 09:54 AM
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    I’m a disabled vet (that’s pretty far down on the tech. scale) who needs some help. My old computer died and was replaced with a new Lenovo with Windows 10. When my Windows 2012 Live Mail was transferred, all looked great and seemed to be working fine. However, after about a week all of my email folders with years of emails disappeared. I’ve tried using the suggestions found on the web, with no success. My browser is Internet Explorer. Can someone simplify the steps to follow for me ?
    can you access your emails in the browser if you sign in to your email account? I'm thinking your emails still exist

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    07-02-2016 10:57 AM

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