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Re: Can You still Auto CC an email address with Z10?

we do know the costs very well

you know what ... I just hope things will go always well for you ....

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Re: Can You still Auto CC an email address with Z10?

Just to follow up, a couple years ago it cost me $0 to go from POP to IMAP servers.


Good luck. And for what it's worth, I hope this function is returned as well, it's needed, I just wanted you to know there are reasonable and viable options.

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Re: Can You still Auto CC an email address with Z10?

Anyone have step by step details on how to get a Q10 or Z10 to connect to a Domino Server without using BES or Traveller? IMAP / POP3 / SMTP are enabled on the server. Just want to be able to reply/send e-mail as a Notes address instead of gmail address.

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Re: Can You still Auto CC an email address with Z10?


do you confirm that the Domino server gives you IMAP ? If so, on the Z10 simply create a a new advanced email account, with type "IMAP".

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