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Will old apple mail messages still work?


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I have att bundled with dish network on a DSL line for phone, internet, T.V. so it's finally cord cutting time.

I already have a new faster internet provider as well for the change over.

Question: when I discontinue service for the bundle and the DSL line goes away will I still be able to access my old mail messages in apple mail?

Or will that not be accessible at all?

Many of these messages have links to them that I would still like to be able to click on and get to that site. Will that still be possible?

Should it be moved before discontinuing service?

Any other suggestions/something I'm missing before discontinuing service?

Thanks.
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Backup all your mail and linked contacts before making the switch. Once you remove an account from Mail it will likewise remove all the associated messages.
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And create bookmarks of those links in the browser instead of needing to go find a piece of mail to get there.

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