|what is my pop server address and port number for my google app email for my company? mail.stunnerofthemonth.com||adrossler||8/18/10 3:02 PM|
Explain your issue in full detail here:
I'm trying to link one email from our google app email to another in our google app email. i can't seem to find out what our POP3 server address is anywhere.
i'm using osx latest version i think
access our company's gmail app from our company's gmail app using safari and firefox, no 3rd party programs
|Re: what is my pop server address and port number for my google app email for my company? mail.stunnerofthemonth.com||mòbù||8/18/10 3:08 PM|
|Re: what is my pop server address and port number for my google app email for my company? mail.stunnerofthemonth.com||adrossler||8/18/10 3:25 PM|
didn't work, that is the pop3 for gmail not our company's mail powered by gmail app.
|Re: what is my pop server address and port number for my google app email for my company? mail.stunnerofthemonth.com||mòbù||8/18/10 3:44 PM|
They use the same mail server as stated in this article:
|adrossler||8/18/10 3:49 PM|
|mòbù||8/18/10 3:54 PM|
It is possible that Google doesn't allow one Google hosted account to download another Google hosted account's emails using Mail Fetcher. When they first released Mail Fetcher, they didn't allow one Gmail account to download another Gmail account's emails.
|adrossler||8/18/10 4:00 PM|
I do it all the time with regular gmail. i have about 4 gmail acounts linked to my main gmail.
|adrossler||8/18/10 4:01 PM|
maybe it's just an issue with the apps??
|mòbù||8/18/10 4:11 PM|
I am testing Google Apps Premier Edition, one Premier's feature is routing incoming mails (a more advanced feature than Gmail's Forwarding). However, it doesn't allow routing to any email address that is hosted by Google Apps. So, it is no surprise if they doesn't allow Mail Fetcher between Google hosted accounts.
|adrossler||8/18/10 4:32 PM|
oh well, i just used mail forwarding