Prevent deletion of email from servers Solved

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       18 Aug 2016 #11

    I've never used the Login recent:emailaddress trick on a mail client. Did you opt to not use it then?
    Yeah, I'm no longer using it. It loaded tons of email I'd already seen. I think Gmail is the only one that requires use of recent:emailaddress if you want to set up a Gmail POP account on the iPhone.

    My wife and I receive most of our business email via our Comcast account, and that's working great now--POP accounts without the recent... requirement.
    Last edited by gogreen; 19 Aug 2016 at 07:29.
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