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Simon Sutcliffe via md-support - 05:09am, Oct 9 2020
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Hi Team
 
I have a client that has users that are still using the Multipop feature.  However some providers are not only allowing the SSL POP3 connections.
 
It appears that the current MultiPOP is using 110 only and there is no way to ask it to use the 995 port.
 
Am I missing something?
 
Kind Regadrs
 
Simon
 
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Arron Caruth - Oct 9, 2020 8:34 am (#1 Total: 3)  

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When creating the MultiPOP entry you should be able to set the server to be $HOSTNAME$:$PORT$.   

 

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Hi Team

 

I have a client that has users that are still using the Multipop feature.  However some providers are not only allowing the SSL POP3 connections.

 

It appears that the current MultiPOP is using 110 only and there is no way to ask it to use the 995 port.

 

Am I missing something?

 

Kind Regadrs

 

Simon

 

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