How to check your email in two places. e.g. Home and Work
Posted by Joe Rebis (Import) on 16 September 2006 11:10 PM
It is possible to check email in two places like home and work or laptop and desktop.
There are four ways to configure this that vary from the very basic to a more advanced method.
Web Based Email:
The easiest way to check email in two places is to use the EPhost Web Based email system.
Leave a copy of the message on the server:
When web based email is not enough or you need features from your email client specifically.
Store and Forward:
This method is generally used to archive email but can be used in this fashion.
This is a more advanced method of checking email and involves a slightly higher level of expertise than the normal user. Typically people use the POP3 protocol which download entire messages from the server and then their email client removes them. IMAP is a different email protocol and keeps a message on the server until you delete it. It is similar to using the POP3 "Leave a Copy of the Message on the Server" feature but there are some essential differences.
Also See: Supported Email Protocols
Also See: How to add an IMAP email account in MS Outlook 2003.
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