On Fri, 19 Mar 2004 10:32:33 -0000
"Michele Neylon :: Blacknight Solutions"
<michele at blacknightsolutions.com> wrote:
> That would depend on both the ISP setup and the client software in
> use. Yahoo do not allow pop3 access unless you pay for it, for
> example, while Hotmail is integrated into Outlook.
Yahoo do actually provide pop3 access for free (in monetary terms anyway
- I think you have to allow them to send you adverts occasionally but
I'm using it and in fairness to them it is only very occasional) And
you can access webmail at the same time.
From the Greek "poly" ("many") and the French "tete" ("head" or
"face," as in "tete-a-tete": head to head or face to face). Hence
"polytetien", a person of two or more faces.
-- Martin Pitt
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