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    I guess I just try the following questions rather then ask but ....

    I assume if I change the 1000 say to 500 this command would load 500?

    Also - if I just want one particular subfolder can I replace the * with a specific subfolder name?
    Thank you.
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    Yes on both accounts
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    Do you do anything after entering the fetch command and pressing the enter key? Some text appears and I'm not sure if I should press the E-mail button and wait, or enter "exit" at the Command and press the enter key.

    Thank you!
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    Thanks for the link, that's where I first learned to do the fetch command. After I press the enter key, do I go to e-mail and wait for it to populate, or type exit at the command line, or just wait at that screen? After I type the fetch command and press enter, text appears. Something like: Request sent, GDP: Snd=BUNDLED, sz, seq, ack, Rcv=ACK, and more. I'm asking do I type exit and then press enter, go to e-mail, or wait at that screen? Am I doing something wrong that that text shows?

    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by treowork
    Thanks for the link, that's where I first learned to do the fetch command. After I press the enter key, do I go to e-mail and wait for it to populate, or type exit at the command line, or just wait at that screen? After I type the fetch command and press enter, text appears. Something like: Request sent, GDP: Snd=BUNDLED, sz, seq, ack, Rcv=ACK, and more. I'm asking do I type exit and then press enter, go to e-mail, or wait at that screen? Am I doing something wrong that that text shows?

    Thank you.
    You could just got back to your inbox. It will repopulate over the next few minutes.

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