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Old 07-18-2015, 03:59 PM   #1
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Problem:

Use AOL on-line website interface for Email.

Working on a Mac with OS X 10.8.5 (although since my AOL access is on their web interface, I could access with other machines)

I tend to access through Firefox, but I could also use a different browser if that would help.

Need to provide copies of thousands of my AOL emails due to being deposed as a witness in a business litigation case.

Question:

How can I most efficiently copy the 1000+ emails from the AOL web-based storage to something the legal types will be able to print and read?

I'd prefer not to give a 3rd party access to my email and I'd also prefer not to have to PDF print every email, especially since I've just been roped in as a witness.

Any more-clever-than-me folks have any thoughts on how to copy a large number of emails off the AOL online site?

Thanks in advance.
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First download to a client i.e. TBird. If TBird which is easier than Outlook, follow these instructions: How to Copy Thunderbird Email to a Flash Drive | eHow
They'll be in text format so receiver won't even need TBird.
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First download to a client i.e. TBird. If TBird which is easier than Outlook, follow these instructions: How to Copy Thunderbird Email to a Flash Drive | eHow
They'll be in text format so receiver won't even need TBird.
Thanks. I will try that.

Appreciate the quick reply.
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