How can I burn a file of e-mail on a disc?

How can I burn a file of e-mail on a disc? Using Windows Vista 64 and Windows Mail.

It is as a backup, or do you want the emails to be readable on the disk? If the latter, create a folder of Windows on the desktop or elsewhere. Open the WinMail folder and highlight all messages and drag them to the Windows folder. Burn this folder on the disc. You will still need Winmail view, but they will be out of the machine.

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