Good Post! Unfortunately, this method did NOT work for me on my Verizon POP3 webmail account. I verified this on 2 computers (1 desktop+1 laptop), both on Win10RTM. As a Win10 Insider Tester I have been unable to get the Win10 native Mail application to work with my 3rd party ISP webmail. On other Tech Forums I volunteer on, I've also heard that the problem also exists with Cox 3rd party POP3 webmail as well. I'm working with that User and her local Cox support people to try and fix it. I do wish to mention that the Win10 Mail app seems to work well with my Microsoft Live ID via Outlook.com just fine, which is a good start. I also will be testing my GMail and Yahoo! Mail E-mail accounts, but, initial reports from other Testers on the Insider Community Forum show those do work as does anyone using an Outlook.com account. I plan on contacting Verizon Tech Support in the next few weeks to see if they have a fix. I have another colleague who has this same problem in the San Jose CA area, but I don't know who his 3rd party ISP is, so it definitely appears to be a possible bug in the Win10 Mail native app. If anyone on the Microsoft Win10 Mail team is reading this, we would really appreciate you looking into this problem. Folks who purchase a brand new computer with Win10 pre-loaded onto it from the factory have not yet reported this problem so far, but we expect to see that a problem for many retail home Users.
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