Outlook.com have announced they now support IMAP. The settings are:
Incoming (IMAP) Server
Server address: imap-mail.outlook.com
Encrypted Connection: SSL
Outgoing (SMTP) Server
Server address: smtp-mail.outlook.com
Port: 25 (or 587 if 25 is blocked)
Encrypted Connection: TLS
Yes. I have several email accounts tied into my Gmail.
You want to have a look at the Accounts and Import tab under "Settings". There you can add other email addresses that you own.
Obviously, if it's not Gmail, you'll need to know some other information, like the POP3 and/or IMAP server information (password, port). You'll also need to confirm that you ...
Per Microsoft's website:
The IMAP protocol is unsupported, they only support POP3.
"The upgrade process supports email accounts using Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3), but not Instant Message Access Protocol (IMAP). A protocol is a standard set of formats and procedures that allow PCs to exchange information."
For you phone they say you can either download ...
Fortunately, Yahoo now provides free forwarding as per the following:
Mouse over the Settings menu icon| select Settings.
Click Accounts in the left pane.
Click Edit beside "Yahoo account."
Enter the address you want to forward your email to and select:
Store and forward - Email is saved to your account and sent to the forwarding address.
Select Exchange account, fill in your username and password, depending on what mobile OS you using, one one step or two, you should get to screen where you will be asked to fill in the server name along with username and password.
In Domain\Username, fill in your complete email address and password. In Server, when you login to the web version of your ...
BlueHost already have a Knowledgebase Article about How to access your e-mail with Gmail. You can skip the Outgoing Mail (SMTP) section as you presumably won't be using their service to send mail any more.
These are basically the instructions for using Google's Mail Fetcher to pull in old email, but they include BlueHost-specific settings. BlueHost had ...
I would think that the access was forbidden - temporarily or permanently, for unknown reason; not necessarily the mails are gone. You are just forbidden to see them.
Contact them why you are locked, or simply try again after some hours.
And maybe make a backup, when you have access again.
Without more details, I think that the best option is to do the bulk operations in http://mail.google.com just before you could left alone your Thunderbird instance for several hours, as the sync process could take "a while" and consume "a lot" of resources of your computer.
How actions sync in IMAP - Gmail Help
Deleting IMAP messages - Gmail ...
Since RoundCube supports IMAP, I searched for some solutions to migrate emails to Google using IMAP, and I did find imapsync. There are some steps available to guide you through (though it is mainly tailored for Linux users.
If it is not feasible for you, you can read more about migrating to Google Apps to see if any of these fits you.
It would appear that in an attempt to draw a line in the sand and increase functionality and synchronization times, Microsoft has adopted the implementation of EAS (Exchange Active Sync). Whilst this is a good measure within the Office & Windows Mobile based environment, it does alienate the other mobile communities.
In reality I doubt that it will be ...
It supports Exchange Active Sync. I haven't found any info regarding IMAP though.
Whups! I might have attached the wrong link, since it mentions Office 365 and not outlook.com. However The Verge says it will support Exchange Active Sync just like Hotmail does. But I'm a little unsure of exactly what settings to use.
Here we go an article that described how ...