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Updated On - 26 Jun 2020

IMAP Email Server is Not Responding

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Out of all the IMAP email clients, Gmail is still considered as the first choice of users. Generally, IMAP is a protocol that allows you to read your messages from other email clients like Outlook, Apple Mail, etc. However, the safest and most reliable email clients are often unable to open Gmail emails properly. They…

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Updated On - 18 May 2020

How to Migrate IMAP Emails to Office 365?

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Let’s face it, moving to Office 365 has become crucial for organizations not only for better productivity but also for improved security. But, migrating emails and contacts from IMAP clients to Office 365 is a bit challenging, as the steps involved in it requires complete knowledge of both the platforms, and you must be aware…

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Updated On - 06 May 2020

Migrate Exchange 2010 Mailboxes to Office 365

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When Exchange Server 2010 was launched, it brought a new set of technologies, features, and services to the Exchange environment. Its main goal was to support people and organizations to evolve their work habits from communication focus to a collaboration focus. It helped to deploy Exchange 2010 on-premises and also host some mailboxes in the…

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Published On - 21 Apr 2020

Some Simple Office 365 File Sharing Tips

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There are many collaboration features in Office 365, which allow you to share your documents with the co-workers, request feedback on the submitted document, publish links to allow others to access the content, etc. SharePoint Online is integrated with Azure AD, Exchange Online, and OneDrive, which makes the sharing process a bit tricky. Today, we…

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Updated On - 02 Apr 2020

Set Up an IMAP Connection to Exchange Account Using Outlook

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It is possible to configure an Exchange account in the Outlook application with IMAP settings, just as we configure Webmail servers (Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook.com, etc.). It is a convenient way to access company email accounts from anywhere. However, many Exchange experts caution that Exchange accounts should be configured in Outlook directly only, and not using…

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