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Frequently Asked Questions

The frequently asked questions (FAQ) area is a collection of many questions and how-to's. You will find this area very useful.

  • How To Upload Pages To Your Web Site

    This section answers questions about how to upload your web pages to your directory.

  • How To Add Counters To Your Web Site

    This section answers questions about how to add counters to your web pages.

  • What is IMAP?

    IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) is a protocol that allows a user to access electronic mail messages that are kept on a remote mail server rather than a local computer. E-mail stored on an IMAP server can be manipulated from a desktop computer at home, a workstation in the computer lab or a notebook computer while traveling, without the need to transfer messages or files back and forth between these computers.

    You may want to use IMAP if:

    • You need access to your email, new and old, at multiple locations, e.g., office, lab, home.
    • You want backup protection for your email files to be provided automatically by RUCS.
    • You use POP but use the "leave email on server" option - IMAP handles this situation more efficiently, particularly as the Inbox gets larger.
    • You used IMAP elsewhere and were satisfied with it.
    IMAP Services:
    • IMAP is designed for the situation where you need to work with your email from multiple computers, such as your workstation at work, your desktop computer at home, or a laptop computer while traveling.
    • Messages are displayed on your local computer but are kept and stored on the mail server - you can work with all your mail, old and new, from any Internet computer.
    • Your archive of mail grows on the mail server - you generally need more storage space than you would need when using POP.
    • You can create subfolders on the mail server to organize the mail you want to keep, thus keeping your "inbox" small.
    • Mail kept on the server is backed up nightly by RUCS–Newark.

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