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Bronze Contributor II
Bronze Contributor II
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Re: E-mail settings

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Alrighty, then. Thank you for your help.

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Bronze Contributor II
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Re: E-mail settings

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Should I stick with port 25 or change it to port 587? What is the difference? Why should I use one over the other?

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Re: E-mail settings

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I clicked on "Receive All" in Mail & all of my saved e-mails were not downloaded. They are still on the Verizon server. How do I download all of my saved e-mails?

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Silver Contributor III
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Re: E-mail settings

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stick with port 25

 

port 587 is an alternative port commonly used for SMTP... nothing you need to worry about, for an @verizon.net email addy

 

ONLY the INBOX items from www.verizon.net "the server" will be downloaded to outlook... you can FWD the "saved" emails to yourself, using the webmail,  and then they will be in the inbox, and you can d/l to outlook.

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