Worth remembering that on your phone it will be using POP3 so they will be dleted from the server once they are on your phone as you have already mentioned. Peter From: Ibrahim Gucukoglu Sent: Sunday, March 22, 2009 7:43 PM To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [access-uk] Re: Windows Live Mail Hi. Yes, you can set up mail on your phone, you can either use a mobile website which is a scaled down version of hotmail or the windows live for mobile application depending on your preference. Also, some phones allow you to set up hotmail through the phone's own interface but I couldn't tell you whether this would be available on your model. It certainly is on the E71. All the best, Ibrahim. ----- Original Message ----- From: Saqib To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Sunday, March 22, 2009 6:59 PM Subject: [access-uk] Re: Windows Live Mail Hi Ibrahim. Thanks for that explanation. I like this way of retrieving e-mail as I can check them when ever it suits me on either machine and I don't feel obliged to run through them all in a mad hurry when I am short of time. I wonder if I can take it a step further and bring in Mail on my phone? I know pop3 works on phone but I've never tried Webmail. From: Ibrahim Gucukoglu Sent: Sunday, March 22, 2009 3:42 PM To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [access-uk] Re: Windows Live Mail Hi Saqib. This is because Hotmail uses a protocol similar to IMAP where all messages are stored server side and not downloaded to your computer. If you moved, read or deleted any messages from your inbox, those changes would show up on all computers in to which you log in to your mail account, either using mail or hotmail on the web. All the best, Ibrahim. ----- Original Message ----- From: Saqib To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Sunday, March 22, 2009 3:39 PM Subject: [access-uk] Windows Live Mail HI. I'm slightly confused about Windows Live Mail. I'm using my Hotmail account and can't tell whether the messages are downloaded to my computer or not. The reason why I'm enquiring about this because I was checking my mail this morning and left 20 messages in my inbox unread. Later on in the day I logged in to the Mail client and I got the messages in which I'd left unread on the other machine. I had the 20 messages in which I hadn't read this morning plus the new ones that came in. This wouldn't happen with a pop3 account because downloaded messages can not be downloaded again on another machine.