Re: [newtech-1] Connecting to an IMAP Sever Through a Web Client

From: user 4.
Sent on: Tuesday, June 3, 2008 10:24 AM
Another option may be to change the default imap port on your server.

Andrew Baisley wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> Hoping to get some ideas on how I can accomplish this...
>
> I am looking for a web-based client that will allow me to connect to
> my own IMAP server.
>
> My setup looks like this:
>
> I use a Gmail account, it automatically archives everything coming in
> and forwards each message to an IMAP account sitting on my own server.
> I use Mail on my Mac at home to check the IMAP account, my iPhone when
> I'm on the road and, normally Outlook at work. This keeps my mail in
> sync no matter where I check it from while keeping Gmail as an
> archive.
>
> I just started a new job and their firewall is blocking me from
> accessing imap.1and1.com or smtp.gmail.com. Does anyone know of a
> web-based client that will allow me to enter my own IMAP server
> information for mail retrieval and my own smtp server information for
> sending mail? A free client would be great, but I'm also willing to
> pay for the right solution.
>
> I don't want to change my entire workflow just because my new job has
> a stricter firewall....
>
> Thanks for any suggestions!
>
> Andrew
>
>
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