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Posted 11 September 2012 - 00:59
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No I am using my own connection (comcast)
Are you using your school's network to connect to these? If so, it might be they are having trouble with their DNS system pointing to the pop51000.outlook.com.
If you are not using your school's network, then maybe there is an overload on their network due to a sudden influx of students accessing that particular node?
It obviously does support IMAP because it clearly shows it in the list which I posted, not to mention it did work for a few days...
Maybe I'm getting confused here, but AFAIK outlook.com does not support IMAP, right? With Thunderbird you'd have to use POP w/ SMTP.
OTOH if this is Office 365 your email is running on, then yes it should support IMAP.
You basically want to verify that those servers really do have IMAP support, & if they really do support IMAP & the server settings are correct, then there's something wrong server-side.
Posted 11 September 2012 - 11:45