I apologize for the noob request here, but I’m trying to cut a SquirrelMail user over from SM to Outlook (essentially just AWAY from Webmail for his work email as default, to using Outlook like he does at home for his personal e-mail). I setup an Outlook account, configured for POP3 and am successfully pulling his current e-mails. However, he’s accumulated scads of folders within SM that he’d like to have in his Outlook. I’ve been advised by a Penguin-head (affectionate term) friend of mine to re-class the user’s e-mail as IMAP to gain access to these folders, and then congregate them and .PST them before changing his client back to POP3. Is that a cogent approach…any better ideas? I’m kind of a Microsloth slug here and could use some assistance in porting over the “Older Messages” & customer folders into Outlook. Thanks in advance for your consideration. Looking forward to getting him up ‘an runnin’ soon.
What’s this pluggie innie dealie do?