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    Getting more that the last 2 weeks on

    When using, that is accessed from the metro tile, it says beneath the mail header column "To get mail older than 2 weeks go to settings." I assume they mean the charms settings. I go to accounts and options and see no option for getting mail older than 2 weeks.

    Anyone have an answer? Thanks so much! Jack

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    Windows 8.1 Pro

    you almost got it. with the mail app open, go to the charms bar and then settings. click or tap "Accounts" and then click/tap on your account (,,, etc.). then change the "Download Email From" and change it from the default 2 weeks to "anytime"

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    Thank you sir! How simple with a little knowledge. I appreciate your time! Jack
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