Knowledgebase: Mail
What is IMAP
Posted by Barry Tarbet on 06 November 2006 07:07 PM

IMAP is a method of accessing email messages on a server without having to download them to your local hard drive. The advantage of using an IMAP mail server is that users can check their mail from multiple computers and always see the same messages. This is because the messages stay on the server until the user chooses to download them to his or her local drive. Most webmail systems are IMAP based, which allows people to access to both their sent and received messages no matter what computer they use to check their mail. For added security, our IMAP server supports SSL connections.

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