The following instructions outline adding a typical POP3 or IMAP mail account.
Most mail services generally use POP3, where you download your incoming
mail and store it on your computer. On the other hand, IMAP mail
servers maintain several folders where you can store your messages
online but still use an email program like Mirramail to retrieve the
messages and also save them to your local computer. It is
important to note that any Mirramail encrypted messages you receive are
always stored in their encrypted form on the mail server, but are
automatically decrypted when you receive them using Mirramail.
Please note: More
specific information is available by clicking the links for the
following mail accounts.