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Subject:Re: Help with Gmail Filters From:Gene Kim-Eng <techwr -at- genek -dot- com> To:"Steve Janoff (non-Celgene)" <sjanoff -at- celgene -dot- com> Date:Wed, 29 Aug 2012 16:44:00 -0700
I haven't seen anything that says gmail acts any differently from any other
POP or IMAP server once you enable that feature, so if you set up your
external client to read mail and leave a copy on server it should still be
in the cloud next time you check gmail throigh a browser. Should be easy
enough to run a few test messages and see.
On Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 4:27 PM, Steve Janoff (non-Celgene) <
sjanoff -at- celgene -dot- com> wrote:
> So what I'm wondering is, does Eudora OSE act as a kind of "skin" over the
> webmail version of gmail, so that I can check my gmail from the web, as I
> usually do, and simply look at it through the Eudora OSE UI -- of course
> always leaving the mail in the cloud.
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