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 Post subject: Re: Configuring your Email Client
PostPosted: Thu 07-16-2009 7:24PM 
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Please look under "Quick & Dirty" all the information is there.

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PostPosted: Thu 07-16-2009 7:26PM 
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What are the email settings if I'm trying to setup Minermail with my phone? Is the server IMAP or POP? Also, what are the port numbers, incoming and outgoing mail server names? I have clicked SSL and SMTP. Thanks for the help!

Thank you for actually reading the thread before asking for help.

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PostPosted: Thu 01-28-2010 9:56AM 
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Does anybody know why Address Book on my Mac repeats the first name for everyone on LDAP? (For Example John John P. Smith) It does this for practically everyone.


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PostPosted: Thu 01-28-2010 3:54PM 
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PostPosted: Fri 02-12-2010 7:32AM 
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Blitz, thank you for the tutorials.

I have yet to test whether this will work off campus, without a VPN connection established. Can you provide an expectation whether this tutorial will or will not work?

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PostPosted: Fri 02-12-2010 9:33AM 
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Yeah, should work w/o VPN.

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PostPosted: Wed 02-24-2010 9:50PM 
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Gmail Mail Fetcher
Transferring your University email to Gmail!

[Show] : Mail retrieval
So you have this crummy Microsoft Outlook Web Access to interface with your Missouri S&T email.
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No searching capabilities, limited automated organization, 1 GB of storage, and... well, it's Microsoft! Gross!

Gmail!
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Now, you can import all of your Outlook mail into Gmail using the Gmail Mail Fetcher!

1. From your Gmail Web Interface, select Settings from the top-right corner.
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2. On the Settings page, move to Accounts and Imports.
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3. On the Import mail and contacts: row, select Import mail and contact.
Intuitive, huh?
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4. Step 1: Sign into your other email account. Put your SSO username, like joeminer@mst.edu. Press Continue.
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5. Put in your SSO password. Press Continue.
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6. Gmail assumes your service is POP3. You need to supply it your SSO username (no domain; just joeminer) and the Server address (minermail.mst.edu). This will all be done over port 995, using SSL encryption for security reasons.
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7. Step 2: Import options.
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It is your choice what you choose here. I like to Import mail and Add labels to all imported mail for organizational reasons. I also want the copy on the Missouri S&T servers to be deleted so I don't fill up my S&T mailbox with abandoned messages that were downloaded to my Gmail ages ago. This is Google Mail here. You have 7 gigars to fill up. You'll be trying to fill that up for a good chunk of time.

8. Step 3: Finish. You're pretty much done. Migration should occur rather fast (within seconds).
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9. When all is done, you should have your S&T Email account listed under Check mail using POP3:.
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Working on it. Missouri S&T Antivirus email software flips a few shits when it receives SMTP Confirmation emails from Google. I've filed a ticket.

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Gmail→Settings→Accounts and Import→Import mail and contacts.
Account to import: Your SSO username, including @mst.edu (joeminer@mst.edu).
Password: Your SSO password.
POP username: SSO username, no domain (joeminer).
POP server: minermail.mst.edu
Port: 995.
SSL: Hell yes enabled.

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 Post subject: Re: Configuring your Email Client
PostPosted: Wed 02-24-2010 10:11PM 
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TYVM for that walk through. Added it to the first post for easy access, credit given where credit due. Cept Chank.. think he wrote a bit of one, but we all hate him :wink:

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PostPosted: Wed 02-24-2010 11:08PM 
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Glad I could help :) Hopefully IT can get back to me on the SMTP issue. And Google has no support for LDAP whatsoever. Sad face :(

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PostPosted: Thu 01-13-2011 9:57PM 
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Ooooookay, stupid question, but can't find an answer. Now that the exchange servers are no more and gmail rules the roost, what's the settings needed for outlook? The server settings at the helpdesk are useless it seems.
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 Post subject: Re: Configuring your Email Client
PostPosted: Thu 01-13-2011 11:37PM 
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Follow instructions.
You pick the client.
http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answ ... swer=75726

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