Most email clients, including Outlook 2010, allow you to leave a copy of the emails in your inbox on the server. This, at times, can be important, since by default POP3 email protocol downloads the email message from your inbox and removes it from the server. For more information about the differences between POP3 and IMAP please see our article.
If you need help setting up your email client, please read our tutorials. Changing your settings to leave a copy on the server is simple. If this is an existing account, you’ll need to go to: Account Settings > Advanced
Under ‘Delivery’, check the box next to ‘Leave a copy of messages on the server’. It’s also recommended to choose to remove messages from the server after a number of days to avoid overloading your inbox on the server with old messages. When you’re through making your changes, click OK to save your settings.
If you do not see the option, your email may be configured as an IMAP account. If this is the case and you want to switch to POP3, you’ll need to set up the account again.
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