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Re: [K12OSN] evolution



Hi Les,

Yes IMAP server is better & that's why I've used the netscape mail for years. However there now seems to be a quirk in that I can no longer use the netscape mail client to setup my netscape IMAP accounts.(POP account work ??)
I would guess that maybe one machine is causing the problem but I've tried it on 5 different machines with everything from Netscape 7.0 up to 8.0 and all have the same problem. The configuration works until the last screen & then an error message comes up saying it cannot complete the account.

Any suggestions...
norbert

Les Mikesell <les futuresource com> wrote:

>On Sun, 2005-04-03 at 20:43, bear2bar netscape net wrote:
>
>> I just wish the rest was as easy
>
>The brute force way to get email from any mail program to
>any other:
>
>Set up an IMAP server somewhere. 
>Add an account for yourself in your old email program.
>Create IMAP folders on the server to match your personal folders.
>Select messages in the personal folders.
>Drag them to the appropriate IMAP folder.
>Switch to the new email program.
>Set up the IMAP account.
>Drag the messages back to personal folders - or not...
>Personally, I prefer to keep mail in IMAP folders
>on a server so that I can use different clients on
>different machines and always see the same thing.
>
>-- 
>  Les Mikesell
>   les futuresource com
>
>
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