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IMAP How To?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ThunderHostingDotCom, Feb 23, 2005.

  1. ThunderHostingDotCom

    ThunderHostingDotCom Well-Known Member

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    How do we utilize the IMAP mail function? Is it the same as pop3 IE: mail.DOMAIN.com? Any info or instructions are appreciated! :)
     
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    in your email client when setting up a email account select IMAP instead of pop3
     
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    That's it? After that we can use any of the 3 webmail apps to access our email & see the IMAP folders? I thought there would be more to it. Thanks for the help.
     
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    IMAP is not webmail (neo mail does not magicly apear in your email client)
     
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    So is there any way to check your IMAP email via a browser from a remote location?
     
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    If you ar going to do via browser the why not just use webmail :confused:
     
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    Because the folders you create & the emails you send in webmail can not be downloaded to Outlook. :eek:
     
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    I think u can

    I think u can copy the files. I use IMAP, configured at mai mail client, and I see the directory INBOX.Sent ( wich is use by squiremail ) and also I have Sent Items ( wich is used by Outlook ). Also I can check that mail into webmail. ( I have acces to both sent items ). And if u want to copy localy just ctrl+a and right klik copy to folder.
    I hope u will understand what I want to say. (sorry for my bad english)
     
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    I wish I could follow your reply because it sounds like it might work. Thank you for the tip. I will try to make sence of it later today. :)
     
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