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export pop3 from gmail to squirrelmail  ?

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Hey,

Having a squirrelmail instalation on my own mail server is it possible to export the mails I got in gmail to my squirrelmail ? or can I make squirrelmail check-out the emails ( via pop3 or something ) from gmail ? ( I know squirrelmail can checkout via pop, but gmail requires auth and stuff which I don't know if squirrelmail can handle ! )
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Hello michaeljohn00,

Gmail requires SSL security and change port to 995 and 465 for incoming and outgoing servers.  If Squireelemail cannot handle that, then it cannot receive emails from Gmail via POP3 access.

Hope this helps!
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