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The people who travel a lot and willing to access their mail in the way from their home based desktop use IMAP technology. IMAP stands for Internet Message Access Protocol that provides the facility to send or receive mail via a central server from thei

What is IMAP?

     

The people  who travel a lot and  willing to access their mail in the way from their home based desktop use IMAP technology. IMAP stands for Internet Message Access Protocol that provides the facility to send or receive mail via a central server from their desktop onto their personnel device like laptop, PDAs and mobile phones without having another accessories or devices. Besides this the user don't need to worry about the user space, because it saves the data directly on  the central server.

Another benefits of  Web-based IMAP is that it is also responsible for the bandwidth and other costs related services to access email function. Sometimes it free of cost but many times the user have to pay some reasonable fees. Many popular websites provide IMAP-based-email services after getting membership of their websites. Some of  them are Yahoo, Google and Microsoft.

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Posted on: April 1, 2008

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