cdoberman1984 Absent Member.
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make groupwise pull from a pop3 account online then deliver

Hi there,

Is there a way to make Groupwise pull from an email account (not within groupwise) hosted somewhere that is pop3 enabled, and then deliver that email to an address in Groupwise?
I have looked on Google, and the only thing I could see is a pop forwarding agent for Groupwise 5.5.
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Bob-O-Rama
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Re: make groupwise pull from a pop3 account online then deli

If it were IMAP and not POP3, it would be easy: imapsync, imapcopy, etc... pop2imap may be an option. But its likely to be a mess. What mail system is this on the POP3 side?

-- Bob
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Bob-O-Rama
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Re: make groupwise pull from a pop3 account online then deli

An older GW client can talk POP or IMAP and may be able to pull the POP contents into a folder in GroupWise. I'm not sure if that is available in the most recent version, however it doesn't need to be. You can install an older client into a tiny VM and let it sync. Kudge. But should work.
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cdoberman1984 Absent Member.
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Re: make groupwise pull from a pop3 account online then deli

Bob-O-Rama;2265752 wrote:
If it were IMAP and not POP3, it would be easy: imapsync, imapcopy, etc... pop2imap may be an option. But its likely to be a mess. What mail system is this on the POP3 side?

-- Bob


Bob, sorry I should have mentioned that, it can be accessed either via pop3/imap. its just a regular email account hosted on a Linux cpanel server, so i am assuming its running Postfix. I don't have root acces to the server so not 100% sure of what system its running.
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