Mircosoft outlook folders in the ipad2

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    how do I get my micrososft outlook folders on my ipad2?

    If I don't put the email as pop3 it won't work.
     
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    You need to be connected to an exchange server with both devices. If your email provider cannot gibe you that you cant (Gmail also works fine with folders)
     
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    Hi and welcome to the Forum!

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    I hate to sound stupid but I pretty much just know the basics of computers. What do you mean by "exchange server"?
     
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    I have also wondered if folders is possible and to auto assign new emails into individual folders similar to outlook, is there an app that does this? I just use gmail and standard iPad email option at the moment.
     
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    You don't.
    Exchange Server is not really part of basic knowledge ;o)

    Emails/ accounts etc. are stored on a server, the Email-Server. Depending on its' setup you have an EXCHANGE account, an IMAP account, a POP account etc.
    GMail i.e. uses - as far as I am aware - IMAP, but can also be set up to use POP instead; my company uses an exchange server.
    The question is how your Emails travel between the email-server and the client - the software you use for writing/ reading your emails.

    Which email-service do you use? If it is Gmail it is easy, if it is about your company's emails you may contact your IT department.
    As far as I understood you use Outlook on your computer. Check for the account you have entered there....

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    The native Email App does it if you use an Exchange Server...
    I just checked it, I can do it on the company's Emails, but not on my (private) Gmail...

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    Thank you for your help hpulmer! I really do appreciate it! I looked and my account is a POP.
    I'm using Microsoft outlook for my email. I have my own small business so I don't have an IT department.
    What do you think I should do?
     
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    What email-Service do you use? If they do offer another type of access you will only need the server-addresses in order to set it up accordingly, so that you will be able to get your emails in both/all devices.
    This should be available in their online help...

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    hi hpulmer.
    Since I have a small busienss I use godaddy to get a domain. I have several domains for the several different busienss names I have. So for example;

    @alimentosdemitierra.com
    @nationalpacking.biz

    etc.

    Thank you so much for your help!
    I really appreciate it!
     

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