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Where do I get help for configuring pop account download to webmail? Apparently it cannot find server!

I have another problem setting up an imap account for forwarding ....

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I found a solution for quick handleing from an imap account I cannot forward from...I made an imap.spamcop.net acount and I highlight and drag to it from the other imap account...tested it and seems to work seemlessly...

I still have a problem logging into the pop account from the webmail..any ideas? I have exhausted any combination possible!

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Can you POP that account from an email client such as Thunderbird, Mozilla, or Outlook?

if so then login to webmail and go to:

and only put in your "POP Server" (copy and paste it out of the email client), "Username", and "Password".

If it doesn't work at this point, it will give you an error message. I am assuming that your "cannot find server" message was seen on this page.

If you see it again, then maybe email support at spamcop.net

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Thanks,

checked on a different machine, I guess on this one it uses mail.myISP, will see if that works...

PS. Can you get it to log on to your pop anytime, or will it use the default time?

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Everything worked well until sometimes yesterday. When I drag the spams from my ISP imap account (in OE) into the imap.spamcop acount and then go to webmail to report them, only a few make it to the held mail page, even though they all show in the wbmail/inbox and are trashed after check and report as spam...

Can anyone enlighten me of this mistery? Up to that point all e-mails that I reported made it to the reporting page.

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