Email Pop Accounts

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njgirlonline

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Can some explain how Pop accounts work? I would like to set up an account to view a secondary email account through my primary.

How do I find out what the incoming and outgoing servers are?
 
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Generally you leave the SMTP settings the same as the pimary, and set the POP3 settings to those specified (usually on the help page of the ISP from which you want to collectthe secondary address), but not always.

Without giving us the ISP's involved (primary) and the secondary email ISPs you want to collect, we simply can't be more specific.

You will also need to tell us what email program you wish to use to collect the emails with, for best help.
 

njgirlonline

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I am attempting to have email transferred to my PDA . It uses something called versa mail.

I have Verizon DSL service which uses Verizon with MSN internet provider.

My email address reads like [email protected]
 
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Basically, to find out the addresses of the POP and STMP servers that you have, your best bet would be to ask your ISP (or the company that is providing the mail for you.

Usually the STMP server isnt as important, most of the time you can just use any STMP server. However, since the mail is stored on the POP server, you'd need to know the exact server that your ISP (or mail provider) uses.

Check up the help files in the Verzion webmail page that may give you some insight into setting up Outlook Express to use a POP client.
 
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