In the e-mail system, where the e-mail messages are saved and why? E-mail messages are saved in user’s private electronic mailbox. A mailbox refers to a local/domestic hard drive component, a special file connected with permission restrictions so that only the owner that is the authorized user might have the capability of accessing it. The messages are saved until the recipient checks their electronic mailboxes (which means opens and reads them). Hence, the user should check the electronic mailbox frequently. Though, most of the systems provide an alert whenever a mail is received in the inbox. After thee-mail message has been read. The user can store it in the form of a text file, reply to it if needed, forward it to the other users, delete it copy if it is useless or take a print of it. Since, mailboxes are not quite stable, the e-mail message can be stored by copying it to a file or the document.