Some of the tasks in the Email Connector require a POP3 connection, so you will need to create a connection with the type ‘POP3’. See Managing Connections for instructions on creating a new connection. You will see a screen like the one below, requesting your POP3 details:
Enter your POP3 details as described below, then click ‘Finish’ to create the connection.
Select the authentication method to use when authenticating with the POP3 server. The available options are:
- Auto - This is the recommended setting. It will use APOP if it’s supported by the server, or will fall back to Username/Password if not.
- APOP - Authenticate using the more secure Authenticated Post Office Protocol method. This method is not supported by some POP3 servers.
- UsernameAndPassword - Authenticate using the Username/Password method. Not recommended if ‘Use SSL’ is set to false.
- CramMD5 - Authenticate using the CRAM-MD5 method.
Enter the password, if required to authenticate you to receive emails.
The port number to use for POP access e.g. 995 for SSL connections or 110 for non-secure connections.
The URL or IP address of your POP3 Mail server e.g. pop.gmail.com or if using an internal mail server e.g. 192.168.1.1
Set this to True if your POP3 server requires an SSL connection.
Enter the username used to access your account to receive emails.
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