On Monday 23 August 2004 04:11 pm, Sean Murphy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Without using "leave mail on server" or "leave mail on server for x days"
> is it possible after I have downloaded my email to my computer using pop3
> to put it back so I can access it from a different computer.  Possibly ftp
> it back to the server and copy it to my mail directory to redownload it? or
> mabey install imap and place it in my inbox folder on my local drive...
> would that throw it back on the server?

No - the previous answer to your query was correct - but imap is going in the 
right direction. You could set up an imap server on your own FreeBSD machine 
and access your email and all your folders from anywhere with it, even from 
multiple accounts (which can be pop3 or imap, or whatever), feeding into your 
imap server. Of course, you have to set up your machine as a real mail server 
to do this, which might not be what you want to do.

- jt
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