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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] non-standard ports in email?

From: SI Reasoning
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] non-standard ports in email?
Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2003 13:36:28 +0000
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On Friday 05 September 2003 12:57 pm, Brian Johnson wrote:
> I know that the admin config screen has a port box for SMTP .. maybe also
> for IMAP/POP?
> Perhaps adding a :143 or something similar to the server address would
> work?
> Look into the extra accounts and email filters features available through
> the email app to see if they help with the other item

I currently have to create a seperate identical imap account through the extra 
accounts system to get a seperate email address. It is a nuisance though 
because it always defaults to the inbox and cannot be directed to the actual 
box for that account. It might be useful, although ugly, to create a kind of 
filter so that only those folders associated with the email address come up, 
but I think that email aliasing would probably be cleaner and a lot faster, 
and you can associate sent-folders, etc from the alias.

> SI Reasoning (address@hidden) wrote:
> >It would be nice if the web interface to the email program would also have
> > a place for non-standard ports (as I ssh port forward for one of my imap
> > accounts)
> >
> >also, email aliasing would also be a wonderful feature as I have several
> > email accounts on one imap account.
> >
> >
> >
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