When you upgrade your mail system, it’s helpful to understand the underlying software that delivers your messages.
After Lounge member MauryS migrated an Outlook 2003 mail account to Outlook 2010, he found that the mail folders weren’t stored as he expected. He asked for a refresher course on POP and IMAP. Happily, he was directed to an excellent description of the POP and IMAP characteristics and differences, which you can learn from, too. More.
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