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Windows 7: pop3 to exchange sever in xp


08 Mar 2010   #1

Vista Business x64
 
 
pop3 to exchange sever in xp

I know this is a question relating to xp but i couldnt think of a better place to ask for help.

Does anyone know how one might go about converting an existing pop3 email account to an exchange server email account in xp? Any advice or pointers would be much appriciated.

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08 Mar 2010   #2

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, clean install, upgrade disc
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bootz View Post
I know this is a question relating to xp but i couldnt think of a better place to ask for help.

Does anyone know how one might go about converting an existing pop3 email account to an exchange server email account in xp? Any advice or pointers would be much appriciated.
Go to tools>accounts>click on your account>servers. Change POP3 to IMAP. If you are not allowed to make the change. Set it up as though it were a new account.

Then go to your email website to get the correct port numbers etc. to complete the setup.

This is assuming that you have Outlook Express with XP
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