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    Default [SOLVED] POP External server With ZIMBRA

    Can I with zimbra POP on an external server.
    For exemple I have a user named "A" and "A" would like received this email address "A@yahoo.com". Can I do this with Zimbra
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    Welcome to the forums,
    Sure you can do account aggregation!
    4.5.x supports external POP accounts in the web-client
    5.0.x supports both external POP & IMAP accounts in the web-client (plus periodic checking - so you don't have to hit 'get mail')

    You can try it out in the 5.0.2 Hosted Demo
    Go to the Preferences tab > Accounts tab > Add External Account.
    With the hosted demo you can't change the 'from' address (for anti-spammer reasons), but you do have that ability if you install your own

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    thanks mike

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    You can also now use Zimbra Desktop (with or without a Zimbra server) to check other IMAP/POP accounts: Zimbra Desktop Beta 1 released!

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