If you are going to be checking email from multiple devises from multiple locations it is our recommendation that you use the IMAP protocol. This will deliver and syncronize your email across all devises and locations. We have found that using POP3 with the option to "keep a copy on the server" will result in corrupted headers over time and therefore recommend using IMAP.
If your version of Outlook 2007 is already configured for POP3, it is our recommendation that you create an archive of all your current email (please reference the following article from Microsoft: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/archive-items-manually-HA010242060.aspx) and set the archive date for "Today" also check the "Include items with 'Do not AutoArchive' checked" box. Also, take note of the Archive File location...Outlook should automatically recognise the PST file stored in this default location...but in case it doesn't it's good to have on hand.
After we have migrated/synced all email between your current mail server and mail.waveconcepts.com and have updated DNS, you will want to setup the new IMAP accounts in Outlook 2007. Please follow thses step-by-step instructions:
1. Open Outlook 2007 and click on the Tools Menu > Account Settings
2. Click New (if you do not already have an account in Outlook 2007 you will be presented with the Email Setup Wizard see step 3)
3. Click Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP or HTTP radio button and then click next
4. Check "Manually configure server settings or additional server types" and click next
5. Check the Internet E-Mail option and click next
6. Make sure to select the IMAP protocol and then complete all of the fields as shown below. Then click More Settings
7. Click on the Outgoing Server Tab, Check "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication" and the option to use same as incoming mail server. Then click the Advanced Tab
8. Configure the Advanced Tab with the settings as shown then click OK
NOTE: If you decide that you want to keep the POP3 accounts you will need to change the incoming (POP3) server port to 995...everything else will remain the same.
9. Click "Test Account Settings" to ensure everything is configured correctly.
10. Click Close, Next and Finish and you should be good to go.