Thanks Eric, but this will be a project that will go over a few days I
think, John (owner) will probably take days to pare down his current
email, he still has all sorts of junk that really has zero bearing on
I'll keep you posted though on how it goes. I'm hoping that IMAP
works sort of like a NewsGroup Reader, where you can either pull
headers only, or the full messages down to the client. Might have to
setup a test account on the server and bang on that for a bit before
taking the boss over. Yea, that's the ticket, I can do all of that
remotely from home!
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Nashville, TN 37204
On Friday 17/02/2012 at 4:31 pm, Eric Vey wrote:
> On 2/17/2012 4:58 PM,HIDDEN@mayfieldmastering.com wrote:
>> and it's only a "view" of what's on the server, with no local copy?
> That is my understanding of it. In theory, the mail should reside
> "permanently" on the server.
> Someone that understands imap better should answer these questions.
> If you are going to play with this over the weekend, email me
> privately and we can compare notes because I have been putting off
> going whole hog into imap, just testing a little and I was intending
> to cut the pop cord "someday." This weekend is as good as any to try
> Right now, I have my phone set up for imap and my PC running
> thunderbird pop3 and holding the messages for 7 days.
> My phone shows 7 days of messages. My PC has several years.
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