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Links 1 through 10 of 402 by @nm tagged Messaging/IMAP

in the comments: 'I'm starting to use the Gmail web interface for my Gmail account. I just like the "Archive" button on Gmail. It's essentially the same process as what you describe--keeping it all and not worrying about it--but with the added visual deli

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'when migrating accounts from an IMAP-based server to GMail, e-mail that’s stored in some folder ends up getting tagged with that folder’s name instead. One benefit to this way of organizing emails is that they can be tagged with multiple tags (sort o

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'Why can't I make Outlook 2003 for Windows (or 2007, if this is doable) store deleted IMAP items in the actual Deleted Items folder instead of forcing me to either show them with a strikethrough, or hide them from view until purging?'

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'am I the first to remember this? Palm was for *years* derided by IT departments everywhere. Same for Blackberry, and the MS phones. "They'll never work with our systems", "They're not secure enough", etc. But what happened as soon as the corner office go

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'am I the first to remember this? Palm was for *years* derided by IT departments everywhere. Same for Blackberry, and the MS phones. "They'll never work with our systems", "They're not secure enough", etc. But what happened as soon as the corner office go

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in the comments someone said: 'I theoretically prefer open standards, but I've yet to run into a good, fast client implementation of either IMAP or WebDAV (please tell me where they are if you know). Of all the Internet protocols out there, these two stan

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'A business email system can use a popular email standard known as IMAP to sync with an iPhone. While many large companies have the ability to activate IMAP, they have chosen not to because they are worried about exposing their mail servers to the public.

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'Apple’s answer to the enterprise “problem” isn’t to kowtow to the Microsoft Exchange hegemony; it’s to point in the opposite direction, and show how much better things can be with open industry protocols like IMAP and CalDAV and with simple web

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'Has the list any recommendation for a reliable, modern Mac imap client? That is, have people noticed that some clients generate significantly fewer imap problems than others?'

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'Email tags are implemented as "IMAP Keywords" and are thus compatible with any IMAP email client, such as Mozilla Thunderbird, that also supports them. Email tagging in WebMail is a standard feature available to all LuxSci email users.'

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