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Hi folks,

the normal mailclient behaviour of pop3 connections is to delete the message on the mailserver. I know that this can be changed to "delte after 30 days" or "never", but I don't want to change this on the mailclients itself.

So is it possible to configure this on the connect mailserver? That the pop3 mailclient delete requests to the connect mailserver are just ignored and that all e-mails are still held on the mailserver although the mailclients want to delete those mails?

For example in a googlemail account, i can activate pop3 and after I downloaded all mails, they are still on my googlemail account although my client wanted to delete it and there is a configuration option in the gmail account (attachment)

Thanks in advance, Albeck.


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No, I'm afraid this is not possible to set on KC server. I haven't seen any option for it
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