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Connecting fetchmail (or another MRA) to Exchange
I currently use fetchmail as my MRA, using IMAP to connect to my office's Exchange 2007 server. Unfortunately, IT is disabling POP3 and IMAP access soon. Does fetchmail support connecting to Exchange ...
Apr 4 '11 at 19:27
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