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Old 08-23-2005, 02:28 PM   #1
hamish
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egroupware: dowload emails to outlook via IMAP


Hey

I only have a POP3 email account with my host. I would like to be able to use IMAP, so that the emails always remain on a central server.

If I use Egroupware, I know that i can access my POP3 emails that way. HOwever, is there a way that I could connect to the egroupware server with MS Outlook using IMAP?

that is, emails download from POP3 server onto my Egroupware server. Then I just use IMAP to access the emails on the egrouwpare server.

Can this be done?

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