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Old 15th January 2010, 23:08
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I have been using pop3 and download all my mail into my mail client. So no email is left on the mail server. The mail server is ISPConfig 2.2.32. Now I want to switch over to IMAP but how do I sync the existing mail in my mail client to the server? If possible will all the folders be intact? If that won't happen then how do I get my mail back into the server?

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Make the connection in your mailprogram and move mail and local folders to imap inbox in your mailprogram.
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Thanks for the reply I will try it out was a bit busy.
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