Hi there, this is my first post here - I used to use the German MacUp forum until it closed and have since been 'homeless' ... So upfront, I am not a geek, ie I jsut have some good user knowledge but not more, and I was wondering if someone out htere coudl help me with the following : - We are running a small network with Mac Mini Server on OS 10.7.5 - 2 macs with same (my) user profile, and 2 with different (staff) user profiles connected. All on different OS X versions (min Snow Leopard or higher) - I am not happy with our email management : - We use Apple Mail (and I don't mind using that, it's basic but easy to use) - we have a number of mailboxes (3 different companies/URLs for myself, plus a couple of staff mailboxes). They are currently all set up as IMAP, hosted elsewhere, and locally stored on each Mac - I would like to see emails stored on server rather than on individual MACs - not sure if this is the best way but that way the inbox could be kept clean : As soon as something is acted on it gets filed in an allocated project mailbox on the server. So everyone's inbox only ever shows their active mail, and all email gets backed up from the server. (I have come to a point where I have over 30,000 emails in my inbox - I can't put them just on one computer because we swap macs around a bit so then I wouldn't see them on another one anymore. Hence they are still all in the inbox). Is that (easily) possible? Thanks for your help!