I've had a play with Gmail's IMAP service seeing as it can now retrieve emails\nfrom other POP accounts such as what you might have with your ISP.\n\nSo far it hasn't really worked that well. It took me ages to work out how to\nconfigure Eudora. It sort of works. However, I cannot receive any emails so far.\nSecondly, I tried to configure Outlook 2002. Now, Gmail says that it only\nsupports 2003 and 2007, but when I configured 2002 using 2003 help guide I\ncouldn't see what the difference was. But that doesn't mean that there may be\nsomething.\n\nOL wil retrieve emails from the Gmail server, but I cannot get it to send. I\njust get server timeouts and no other errors.\n\nLooks like I might have to "upgrade" to either 2003 or 2007. But if I do that\nthen I may lose connectivity between Outlook and ActiveSync for my Palm Treo\nsmartphone (it uses Windows Mobile Ver 6 and the destructions tell me that it\nwill only work with 2002, which seems insane given that it's a current phone and\nMS expects everyone to be running 2007 versions of everything).\n\nI'm wondering what any of you may have tried with respect to IMAP.\n\nThing is, the idea is for me to be able to jump onto any of the computers at\nhome and log into the email client, whether it be Eudora, Outlook or whatever\nand knowing that all clients will have the same "sync'ed" messages and\nmailboxes, particularly the laptop which is connected to the LAN wirelessly.\n\nOr is this too much to ask?