Setting up IMAP

    By Janet Pieterse IMAP is probably email’s best kept secret. Short for Internet Message Access Protocol, it combines the best of traditional POP3 email, which downloads into your email program for easy reading, with the best of Webmail, which is a handy way to get your email when you’re away from the office and near

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    IMAP

    Related Products SiteMail Accounts Enjoy the benefits of Web access, spam and virus protection in a business email package with domain-specific addresses. Internet message access protocol (IMAP) is an alternative to POP3 as a method of retrieving email messages from a server. IMAP is used in conjunction with simple mail transfer protocol (SMTP), which allows

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