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howtos:windowslivemail [2010/04/24 01:31]
xuesheng Add extra screenshot showing how to change the POP3 port
howtos:windowslivemail [2010/04/24 16:43] (current)
xuesheng Change "loaded" to "running" in an attempt to make the meaning clearer
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  * 5. The password does **__not__** need to be changed.   * 5. The password does **__not__** need to be changed.
-  * 6. Normally Windows Live Mail uses the default POP3 port (110). Since POPFile defaults to listening on port 110 it should not have any trouble classifying your incoming mail. However if you are using any additional email proxies with POPFile, such as certain anti-virus software, you may find it helps to use port 123 for communication between Windows Live Mail and POPFile. To make Windows Live Mail use port 123 click the **Advanced** tab and enter the new port value in the **Incoming Mail (POP3)** box. (To make POPFile use port 123 use the POPFile User Interface's **Configuration** page to set the **POP3 Listening Port** to 123)+  * 6. The Configuration page in POPFile's User Interface specifies the **POP3 Listening Port** which Windows Live Mail must use to communicate with POPFile. Windows Live Mail and POPFile both default to using port 110. If POPFile has been configured to use another port (e.g. 123) then in Windows Live Mail click the **Advanced** tab and enter the new port value in the **Incoming Mail (POP3)** box.
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  * 10. If you want to move email that POPFile has classified to another folder (e.g. move **spam** to the **junk** folder) see [[HowTos:MoveWindowsLiveMail | Moving Windows Live Mail messages]]   * 10. If you want to move email that POPFile has classified to another folder (e.g. move **spam** to the **junk** folder) see [[HowTos:MoveWindowsLiveMail | Moving Windows Live Mail messages]]
-Important! If POPFile isn't loaded, the mail will not get through - and your email program won't connect!+Important! If POPFile isn't running, the mail will not get through - and your email program won't connect!
 
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