Hi, we are creating websites for local schools using our VPS account. Each school has their own cPanel account and we have currently enabled @Mail and RoundCube for their webmail client choices. But a few of the schools have currently hosted email on various shared hosting plans. The two we are dealing with now are at Network Solutions, using a basic shared hosting package (not cPanel). A number of the staff are using webmail only for checking email and are concerned about the transfer process and losing their accumulated (and organized) email in the process. So looking for advice deciding the best methods we can give our clients for transferring their email if using non-cPanel webmail. They probably won't be able to afford having us do it all, so we will need a system that we might be able to setup and then allow them to do the repetitive work with each email account. I've done a bit of searching and these look like a couple options available: OPTION A) Use IMAP on both systems and manually drag folders of email from the old server to the new one using something like Outlook or Thunderbird. A1) This seems like the simplest method, although it may be pretty tedious. What drawbacks are there (i.e., do they lose the timestamps/read status/etc.)?? OPTION B) If IMAP is not an option (doesn't look like it is for Network Solutions' basic package), it looks like Horde mail has a 'Fetch Mail' option that can pull in POP mail from another source?!? B1) Does this work well and pull in all existing stored email from the old server?? Does it leave a copy on that server? B2) Does it keep folders organized, or can you do one folder at a time to keep organized? B3) If we can get email into folders in Horde mail using this option, would this email then be available if the user wanted to switch to @Mail or RoundCube?? OPTION C) Install and use Imapsync to automatically import all email from the other server. C1) This 'appears' like a good method, but we are not familiar with installing custom applications in WHM/cPanel (we use Host Gator). Is there any methods to getting Imapsync to work from within WHM/cPanel, or do you have to get in with command line interfaces to do everything? This might be challenging for us and really difficult for our clients. OPTION D) Any other options I'm not mentioning here???