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1. What's the difference between POP3 and IMAP?
2. How do I add an extra pop3 account (mailbox)?
3. Can I use email programs like Outlook to read mail from my pop3 account?
4. Improving Mail Performance for Everyone!
5. What is my POP3 username to check mail sent to my email address?
6. Should I leave messages on the server?

 
POP3 Accounts Description
What is a POP3 account? How do I use it? Look in here to find out.

Last updated: Apr 03, 2001.

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Question How do I add an extra pop3 account (mailbox)?
Go to the Mail > Addresses area of our web panel and click the "create a new email address" link. Choose an email address for this new mailbox. Make sure the "will be delivered to the... (more)
Question What is my POP3 username to check mail sent to my email address?
You can find your email username by going to our Web Control Panel and clicking on the "Mail" tab. Then click on the "Mailboxes" area directly underneath that tab, and you'll get a list of the usern... (more)
Question Can I use email programs like Outlook to read mail from my pop3 account?
You can read email at your pop3 account using any standard email software such as MS Outlook, Netscape Mail, or Eudora. The specific method will vary based on the client you use, but you'll always hav... (more)
Question What's the difference between POP3 and IMAP?
On our system, EVERY e-mail account acts as BOTH a POP3 and an IMAP account. Really they are just two different ways to read the mail on your account with us. With POP3, the mail is "popped" o... (more)
Question Should I leave messages on the server?
Should you leave your email messages on the mail server? That depends, but in general, if you're using POP, the answer is no. We highly encourage users to delete their messages from the server,... (more)
Question Improving Mail Performance for Everyone!
If you primarily use POP to retrieve and read your mail, your client may be improperly configured to leave mail on the server. When lots of users make this mistake, it can slow your mail server to a ... (more)