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oirek

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KMS doesn't seem to have an option for leaving the message on ISP's server after an POP3 download session. basically want to pull in the mail from different locations

PS: saw another thread on this issue, seems that this option is not supported. Any workarounds...
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scadet7

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Not sure of the version of MS Outlook you are running. I have been able to get this to work using MS outlook 2003 (not sure if the versiob matters) Under the tools/user account/change/More settings/advance tab, there is a box there that reads "leave a copy of messages on server" ensure to check that box and save the info. Once this box is check poped mailes using outlook leaves a copy of the mail in you folder on the server thus allowing web accecc to the same mail as well.

GOod luck
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oirek

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thanks for the reply scadet7 :)

you are right outlook does have this option as does, iam sure, most of the other mail clients. but this is not what iam looking for. i want the mail server (kms in this case) leaving a copy on my ISP's server (kms pulls mails from isp's server and outlook pulls from kms)
almost all the other mail servers i tried supports this option. not sure why kms decided to leave this out...
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sophos9

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Agreed, I need this option but I have not found any workaround.... Sorry I cannot be anymore help!

Maybe in 6.1?
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