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Yes, but it'll take the admin to enable those resources.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj657728%28v=exc...

"By default, POP3 and IMAP4 are disabled in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. To support POP3 clients that still rely on these protocols, you need to start two POP3 services: the Microsoft Exchange POP3 service and the Microsoft Exchange POP3 Backend service. To support IMAP4 clients that still rely on these protocols, you need to start two IMAP4 services: the Microsoft Exchange IMAP4 service and the Microsoft Exchange IMAP4 Backend service."




That's terrible; the admins at my job would take a million years to enable the resources.

One workaround is to forward all your emails to a IMAP-friendly service such as Fastmail using Exchange rules.


for a lot of companies doing that would be a big no-no security wise




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