|My guess is that it's like the Norton Anti-Virus process. That is, it inserts a
'shim' layer for your email. You'll probably change your POP3 to "localhost" with user "user@server" and
perhaps something similar for your SMTP server.
According to the manual, that's precisely what
you do. (You'll see it in the "Installing" and then look for "Troubleshooting.")
Okay. I found a wholly free version (InvisiMail Lite); this is something of an insane way to set
things up if you don't have a configured setup. It will work with Poco, but ...
You'll have to install this. Run the "Manager Suite" and then View|Full. After this, go to
Local|Communication. There are four tabs: Server Connections, Local Connections, EasyMAP,
and Static Routing. The one that you're after is Server Connections. Basically, you'll specify a
localhost connection (127.x.x.x), an optional port, and the server to which it maps (and the
port to which it maps). For example, if you normally check your mail on:
Add a proxy of "127.0.2.1:110 => pop3.foo.com:110", and "127.0.2.1:25 =>
mail.foo.com:25". Then, you'll change your Poco setup such that it refers to "127.0.2.1" instead
of "pop3.foo.com" and "mail.foo.com". You'll need to do this for all accounts/servers -- and use
a different localhost for each server you touch (you can do what I did above for the POP/SMTP
settings, but that's about it).