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I have a Mac, an iPhone, and an iPad. My main email account

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I have a Mac, an iPhone, and an iPad. My main email account is verizon.net. When I delete and email from any one of the above devices it does not automatically delete the email from the other two. Verizon could not help me with this.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  CompExpert replied 5 years ago.

CompExpert :

hi,
which account you have? Verizon e-mail server settings or Yahoo enabled Verizon email

there are two setting, pop or imap. pop mail meaning, if you delete on your phone, it still keep it on verizon server, if you used imap it will erased on verizon server too

CompExpert :

let me know what kind of account you have

CompExpert :

then I can find the right setting for you

Customer:

We have Verizon e-mail server.

CompExpert :

do you have business account

CompExpert :

or regular

Customer:

regular account

CompExpert :

unfortunately, regular account for verizon mail doesnt support imap, but only support pop mail

CompExpert :

only business account have imap support

Customer:

So we are out of luck?

CompExpert :

yes, weird that most company have both, even for yahoo free mail

CompExpert :

but somehow verizon doesnt have it

CompExpert :

and only have for business account

Customer:

Thank you.

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