Just 'cause I link to a page and say little else doesn't mean I am not being nice.https://www.hmailserver.com/documentation Top westdam Senior user Posts: 727 Joined: 2006-08-01 21:24 Location: Padova, Italy Contact: Pity a more sane protocol to achieve the same sort of purpose hasn't been popularized (like, say, POP4 at http://pop4.org/ ... on June 22, 2005 04:34 AM # Roger said: Jeremy - sounds very similar to what I've ended up using--Eudora, squirrelmail, and Gmail powered by good old POP3. IMAP is delicious. http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2003/outlook-2003-unable-to-find-connect-to-exchange-server-2003.html
Comcast needs to do something before this hits the media. 1 Kudo Posted by fladeacon 08-18-2013 08:45 PM Regular Visitor Member Since: 08-11-2013 Posts: 3 Message 9 of 16 (3,221 Views) I am not able to lower the periodic lookup and nevertheless want to use the hoster's server due to the fact that my hmailserver at home might be not available 24x7 Our sample log, the imap20.log file in Figure 2, shows the type of information contained in a typical IMAP log file.
I've got over 700 mail folders, and tens of thousands of messages. IMHO it's best to reject spam at SMTP connection time. and no, I had nothing to do with creating the POP4 protocol). It beats main reason for having IMAP account.
This takes a good chunk of time when there are a lot of messages on the account, and it is required several times a day. You cannot have this with POP3! Found that they were the old settings, so I updated them to the new settings and was able to successfully send test messages during the Outlook setup process.However, when we try read this article that either work indoor as outdoor, we have several flavours for mail clients:- Microsoft Outlook by IMAP;- Mozilla Thunderbird by IMAP;- RoundCube by HTTP (IMAP);Mostly they use their own notebooks, but
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Top Viator New user Posts: 14 Joined: 2012-11-01 19:51 Re: On-Demand IMAP of External Accounts with IDLE/PUSH Quote Postby Viator » 2012-11-18 01:51 Why not such a thing like a "IMAP-Router"?It Now I can't imagine how I could ever go back to a POP-based solution. Why didn't I do this a few years ago?
imap keeps every client in-sync, all the time. Book your tickets now and visit Synology. which might happen tomorrow, next month, or, more likely, in a couple years. Top ^DooM^ Site Admin Posts: 13862 Joined: 2005-07-29 16:18 Location: UK Re: On-Demand IMAP of External Accounts Quote Postby ^DooM^ » 2009-04-24 09:59 POP3 has fallen by the wayside I disagree,
i recommend windows mail (outlook express). http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2003/outlook-2003-exchange-2003.html POP is a terrible and inefficient protocol. When I attempt a send and receive in Outlook, I get errors on the last two tasks:1. Imap clients with persistent connections don't face UID invalidation within current session as IMAP server can't invalidate UIDs on active session.
Top dzekas Senior user Posts: 2486 Joined: 2005-10-13 21:28 Location: Lithuania Re: On-Demand IMAP of External Accounts with IDLE/PUSH Quote Postby dzekas » 2012-11-23 20:49 Viator wrote:dzekas wrote:If you can prove I went in and checked the settings. hMailServer as been my choice for some time now. http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2003/outlook-2003-can-t-use-word-2003-as-email-editor.html The mails are on this server because A and B can not be reached.But I understand, that you simply do not want to implement this since in your opinion there is
But it's not realy "elegant". Staff Online Now TerryNet Moderator Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Business Applications > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Or just send an email to everyone explaining it and then create a "Welcome" email that you send to any new accounts you create.
i know you wont flame and was a good suggestion too.. Join our site today to ask your question. Top dzekas Senior user Posts: 2486 Joined: 2005-10-13 21:28 Location: Lithuania Re: On-Demand IMAP of External Accounts with IDLE/PUSH Quote Postby dzekas » 2012-11-18 03:14 Viator wrote:Why not such a thing Skip to Navigation Skip to Content Windows IT Pro Search: Connect With Us TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInRSS IT/Dev Connections Forums Store Register Log In Display name or email address: * Password: * Remember
Just 'cause I link to a page and say little else doesn't mean I am not being nice.https://www.hmailserver.com/documentation Top westdam Senior user Posts: 727 Joined: 2006-08-01 21:24 Location: Padova, Italy Contact: You need fairly sophisticated language parsers at both ends of the link, you need to translate data formats, you need to understand how to handle the same data in several different Don't get me started, we backup every single e-mail that is sent /received, actually that is kind of my problem when it comes to the lack of external IMAP feature in news IMAP with "don't keep on server" should be replaced with POP3 or email forwarder.If you want P-IMAP support, raise separate feature request for that and point at appropriate RFCs once draft
If needed, this can be done by the client using rules or even at the server using server-side rules (forward to "someone", delete original mail, done). This is especially true when where we have to use scripting and rules to re-post sent messages so they appear in the sent folders of other systems accessing the account later. it's faster recall too. What you are saying is possible, but it misses important IMAP UIDVALIDITY gotchaIf you can prove that fetchmail can track new messages after connection is cut off, UIDs are invalidated and
Secondly, I find IMAP a good thing. It's never lost anything, at least. I have had a few issues with IMAP and my server. Hmmmm.
The few accounts I have that use POP seem hopelessly primitive to me. This is so obvious) Plus calendaring with both Gmail and MS Exchange calendars is *******HELL*********. IMAP connections pose unique challenges for Outlook, which it doesn’t always meet successfully. At least I (and as I understand most others as well) do not want to keep messages in Server A AND Server B (which is hMailServer).
on February 2, 2009 08:30 AM # Brandon Phelps said: IMAP clients still suck, four years on from the original post.