Hiya, Folks. Here's the background info: I have a website for my business. I have five email accounts set up on it. I have a laptop running XP, and recieve mail from all five accounts on Outlook. I can configure Outlook to not remove the emails off of the server. (It's essential that I'm able to keep a copy of every one.) Each email has the same domain name (...of course). Each email account password on the server is set the same. (This is the individual password given to each account in case of multiple users.) The website requires a main password in order to access the email accounts, which is not the same as the email account passwords. I'm having trouble putting two different email accounts from the same server onto my Droid's email program. It prompts only for one password for the incoming configuration, and the only one that will work is the website main password. It sets up one email just fine, tested and working great, but the second email is refused during setup with an error stating that the password is a from a duplicate account. I am attempting to set these up as POP3 accounts. I have no idea what that means or what the differences are, but it's all I've ever been successful with in the past on Windows computers. I'm a novice with my website, and I barely know enough basics to use an editor. (Joomla boggles me at this stage, so I'm still using old html editors.) But setting up emails accounts on servers and recieving programs was never something I understood. I'm asking here because you guys are into some crazy stuff that's so far beyond my capabilities that I'm hoping that this will be child's play for some of you and, well, maybe someone will take pity on me and spend some time walking me through this. Thanks muchly.