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    Thumbs up Can Zimbra help me? POP3 to IMAP

    Hi,
    this is my situation:

    I have several POP3 accounts around the world. I check these with a Client Mail that download the mails and stores it in a "local space" (harddisk). If I check the mail from my Desktop PC i can't read these with my notebook because the mails doesn't exist anymore on the server.

    I would a centralized mail system (so i can read them with desktop pc, notebook, tablet, ect...).

    So i think this solution:

    Mail Acccount 1 --- POP3 ---
    Mail Acccount 2 --- POP3 --- [My IMAP Server, Zimbra?] --- IMAP --- [pc, notebook, tablet, ect...]
    Mail Acccount 3 --- POP3 ---
    One IMAP Server that stores all my POP3 Accounts...so i can check this IMAP Server with many mail client (notebook, pc, ect...); all sincronized.

    Can Zimbra help me?

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    Yes, you can.
    If you want to use POP3 but still want to place a copy of mail on the server, you must choose "leave messages on server" options in your POP3 client. <I'm using Thunderbird>

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