l4c l4c at thelinuxlink.net
Fri Mar 20 22:35:17 CDT 2009

David McGlone wrote:
> I'm leaning for IMAP from what I know about it.
> Anyway, here's what I'd like to know more about. I finally got a mail server 
> functioning and my user name on both my computers is david. What I'm trying to 
> accomplish is being able to have my mail on both computers. If I use pop, and 
> choose to leave the e-mail on the server, would I get the old mail over and 
> over with the new mail?
> But from what I know (or believe I know) about IMAP is that it is much better 
> to use for scenarios like this.
> Blessings,
> David M.
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Imap is what you want, although, academically speaking, it is possible 
to use pop to do that, but avoid that and stick to imap.

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