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Need help transferring folders to a flash drive for backup.

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I need to remove my folders from aol to a flash drive for storage. I have tried to find the path on my pc but cannot locate it. I need to know if this can be done? Also I need to know if I will be able to open the emails from the flash drive after I download them, if it is possible to download them to the flash drive.

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You won't be able to move your emails from aol.com to your Flash drive (they are on a website, not your computer) if you are using AOL desktop, you might be able to, but you probably won't be able to open them. Anyway, this is a firefox support site, not aol, I'd suggest contacting them.

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You won't be able to move your emails from aol.com to your Flash drive (they are on a website, not your computer) if you are using AOL desktop, you might be able to, but you probably won't be able to open them. Anyway, this is a firefox support site, not aol, I'd suggest contacting them.

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Thank you for your help!  :*(