IMAP

POP3 and SMTP – what are the differences?

Both POP3 and SMTP are protocols for handling your email over the Internet. The difference between them is that the SMTP protocol handles sending new emails, while POP3 takes care of receiving emails. For more information on that matter, take a look at our articles What is SMTP and What is POP3.

What is IMAP?

MAP stands for Internet Message Access Protocol and is one of the two most popular protocols for receiving email messages from the Internet, the other one being POP3. The main benefit of the IMAP protocol is that you can access your emails on more than one device because the content of your inbox will be …

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