How do I find my "POP" server address.
I am trying to set up "Outlook Express" and it keeps asking for my Inbound and my outbound "POP server. Where do I find this?
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I use Firefox as my browser and Gmail as my email. The problem is that some people send me files with .emi extensions. The only way I have found to open them and forward them to others is to use Outlet Express to open the3m and forward them to others. In order to do this I need to set up Outlook Express and can't do it without an inbound and outbound POP server.
That isn't related to Firefox, you will have to contact your email providers (whoever is after the @ in your email address) to find that out.