Mailtraq provides comprehensive facilities for collecting and routing mail, and making it available for collection by individual users.
The POP3 protocol can be used at two different places in this process:
Collecting mail by POP3 from an Internet Service Provider's POP3 mailbox
Allowing users to collect mail using POP3 from mailboxes within Mailtraq
The POP3 collection services described in this section refer to the first of the above processes - collecting mail from external mailboxes out on the Internet, and routing the mail to the correct mailboxes within Mailtraq.
How to configure POP3 Collection
Find out about Mailtraq's facilities for collecting ISP's POP3 mailboxes...
Read about fine-tuning and problem solving in 'Collecting and Routing POP3 Mail' in this Knowledgebase article.
If you are looking for information on configuring local machines to collect mail via POP3 from Mailtraq itself, see the following knowledgebase articles: