How ca I see my yahoo or google email in microsoft outlook when my mail server is Mdaemon…..

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Hi How ca I see my yahoo or google emails in microsoft outlook when my mail server is Mdaemon!!!!???? I have AD and a Mdaemon server. When I had exchange server very easy I created an contact in ADUC and define my google email address in it after that in properties of my main account in Exchange general tab in Delivery options set to forward email to the new contact!!! I'm not still famillier with Mdaemon and I don't know how can I set this!!! Could you please help me!!!??? Thank you. ----- Regards Mahnaz

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The easiest way will be to setup another outlook mail account to download the Yahoo or GMail emails into the outlook client. You can do this in outlook by going to tools/email accounts and entering the relevant information to access these accounts via POP3. this of course is assuming that google and Yahoo allow POP3 reciept of e-mails, I don’t know that they do.

That or setup Yahoo and Outlook to forward the email to your mdaemon account.

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