To read your e-mails via a mail application (Outlook, Apple Mail, etc.) you need to choose and set up a protocol (POP3 or IMAP. We advise you to use IMAP.
With POP3, your e-mails are downloaded once onto your mobile, tablet or computer. With IMAP, your e-mails are stored in our server so that you can access them via all your devices.
Synchronization is not possible with POP3. If you read, send or delete e-mail with IMAP, you will immediately see this on all your devices.
With POP3 you only have the standard folders (Inbox, Sent, Drafts, etc.). With IMAP, you can create your own folders, move them, etc.
- Storage capacity
With POP3, your e-mails are stored on your hard disk, so you have an almost unlimited amount of storage space. With IMAP however you are limited to the size of your mailbox.