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Hi experts,

I am trying to use Lotus Notes to access a hotmail account. Has anyone done this.

I've got all the details entered, but it is not on the replication schedule, while all other POP accounts are.

Any ideas?

Cheers,

Amer
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hotmail isn't pop3 accessible.  its an http protocol microsoft uses.  its specifically designed to work with outlook express, but not as "POP3"
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Thanks,

i thought that it was some sort of a standard http mail server though.
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