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How do I find my "POP" server address.

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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?

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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Eminye Imininingwane

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.

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Kuphostiwe

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.

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.