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Baggie79

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Hi,

I am new to Kerio so please bear with me.

I have a pc that I use to work from home that uses Thunderbird, I also have my pc at my workplace that uses outlook 2007.

What the problem is is that when I access my mail at home and then I go to work I cannot access the emails that I have read at home!

What would be the best solution so that all emails are readable on both machines?

Thanks in advance.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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The best solution is to not use POP3 protocol and use IMAP instead.
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sgongola

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I assume Outlook is not set to automatically download email when you are not around.

You can set thunderbird -> account settings -> server settings to leave messages on the server. That way they will only be removed when you access them from outlook at work.

Instead of Thunderbird, you can use kerio webmail to access email from home.
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