To access your hosting account mailboxes with an email client like Outlook, iPhone, MacMail, or another client of your choice (either POP or IMAP), you have to configure it. POP3 and IMAP are two different ways of checking mail. A mail client program connects to the mail server using either POP3 or IMAP. SMTP is a client-server protocol, where the client transmits an email message to the server. POP3 downloads all mail from the server from the Inbox and stores it on your computer.
The emails are removed from the server and only stored locally in your mail client program. Emails are available when you're not connected to the internet. IMAP syncs your mail client program with the server. Emails stay on the server, and you can make and view mail folders on the server in addition to the Inbox. Most mail client program have a feature to initially sync just the email headers, so you can quickly see what emails you have, then download the message body when you want to read the email. Since emails stay on the server, you can see all your emails from any mail client program or device.
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