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 Post subject: Suggestion
PostPosted: Fri 03 Feb, 2012 21:34 
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I'm a convert to TopPop3 from an old PPC application, MailWatch, that was similar to TP3.

It would be very convenient if you could add some way you could delete emails from the server directly from TP3 rather than just seeing that the email is on the server. I often like to delete emails that I'm not interested in directly from the server rather than downloading them into AppleMail.

Maybe some box on the Growl message could be added that would delete the email directly from the server.

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 Post subject: Re: Suggestion
PostPosted: Sat 04 Feb, 2012 00:54 
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[quote="It would be very convenient if you could add some way you could delete emails from the server directly from TP3 rather than just seeing that the email is on the server.[/quote]
If your mail server support IMAP, you might want to check our iMapper which has such a function.
Your TopPop3 reg # will work with iMapper too.



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 Post subject: Re: Suggestion
PostPosted: Sat 04 Feb, 2012 03:36 
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My email server here in the US is Comcast which does not support IMAP. Only POP is supported by Comcast.


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 Post subject: Re: Suggestion
PostPosted: Sat 04 Feb, 2012 10:24 
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Douglas Holley wrote:
My email server here in the US is Comcast which does not support IMAP. Only POP is supported by Comcast.

You might want to get a decent email provider.



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PostPosted: Sat 04 Feb, 2012 18:55 
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I have 2 choices. Comcast at 25MB download and Century Link at 7MB download.

Comcast has over 25 million customers. There is no choice!


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 Post subject: Re: Suggestion
PostPosted: Sat 04 Feb, 2012 21:10 
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Douglas Holley wrote:
I have 2 choices. Comcast at 25MB download and Century Link at 7MB download.

You have a zillion choices. One of the choices that's not a good idea is to use the email address supplied by your internet provider. It forces you to stick to that provider. It's a much better idea to get an email address from an independent provider, like GMail and such.
You can also register your own domain for about $1 a month and use a free hosting provider.
Like: https://www.pcextreme.nl/en/webhosting/ ... -packages/



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