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Tarun

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  1. As always, I've been trying to improve the overall speed and flexibility of the website for users no matter what connection or device they use.

    Changes as of 2019-02-21:

    Changes as of 2019-03-02:

    • Improving SEO for old news articles.
    • Improving security on and across the website.
    • Enabled two-factor authentication for the forums.
    • Improved caching for the forums.
    • Corrected some missing images on news articles.

    Changes as of 2019-05-08:

    Changes as of 2019-05-16:

    • Backend updates: PHP 7.3.x and MariaDB 10.x
    • Enabled TLS 1.2 and disabled TLS 1.0/1.1.

    Changes as of 2019-11-11:

    • Updated server software.
    • Enabled TLS 1.3 and disabled TLS 1.2.
    • Overall improvements to server security.

    I'll be updating this post with more changes when they happen.

  2. Though I know WLM is dated (needs updates, patches, etc), I would recommend trying Thunderbird again or looking into another email client. If you're on Windows 10 there is the built in Mail client. Thunderbird will also auto configure settings for Gmail for you, along with other services.

  3. It sounds like it does. Not really a surprise when it comes to Comcast.

    Have you considered a Gmail account? Even if it's to test and see if it works in a similar nature with your email client?

  4. 5 hours ago, puzzlefixer said:

    A search of Comcast's instructions on IMAP account clearly says that EMAILS DELETED FROM YOUR EMAIL CLIENT WILL NOT BE DELETED FROM THE SERVER and there is no setting to counter this property.

    This point of reference, which means that this is not normal IMAP behaviour. Those emails should be deleted/moved to trash and auto deleted within a set period of time.

    It is correct that with IMAP emails you receive are also stored on the email server. When you delete an email it gets deleted from both the client and server (moved to Trash and deleted within x days).

    Even per the Wikipedia article about IMAP

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    E-mail clients using IMAP generally leave messages on the server until the user explicitly deletes them.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Message_Access_Protocol

    If I do a test email via Outlook 2016, then delete it in Outlook, the message is moved to the Trash bin in Outlook and on the server, which later is automatically deleted.

    I've not had any IMAP issues with Outlook 2016 or Thunderbird. This includes IMAP for Lunarsoft, Gmail, and Hotmail accounts.

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