on 28-10-2013 09:51 AM
I have a laptop running Vista Windows Mail and a desktop using W7 Live Mail and would like change to Imap using Thunderbird for ease of use and storage etc. on both computers.
My usual email address is a tiscali one and I notice there are no settings for Imap. I have another T/T.net email address which I have for privacy.
In order to consolidate as per the first paragraph, will I have to give up my Tiscali address and create a new T/T one?
If this is the case how do I then change from Pop3 to Imap?
Any help appreciated
on 28-10-2013 11:13 AM
I'll watch this thread with interest.
I've tried a similar thing, twin PCs running WLM with tt accounts and got an error. Posted on here for help but not got any response yet.
on 06-11-2013 09:30 AM
Thanks for the info. Can I set up a test without deleting my current (POP) settings? eg. Just create an IMAP account and set as default. I've done some research but it's unclear. I don't need baby-sitting but it will be appreciated if you can point me in the right direction.
on 06-11-2013 09:39 AM
you can set up a second account and make it primary for testing.
setup instructions are here http://help2.talktalk.co.uk/guided-assist/how-do-i
Alternatively if you do not want to use the same account, you can create a test email account via 'my account' and set this up as Imap.
You can then send from one account to the other for testing.
on 24-03-2014 08:38 AM
Well I've finally got around to configuring IMAP Thunderbird having been away for a while.
It works on both computers ok for sending and receiving emails, but when I attach a small file or photo, I get a 'failed to connect to smpt.tiscali.co.uk server.'
Incoming port is 143 and outgoing is 587.
Using T/bird help it could be that the server is blocking, any ideas please?