Just as a follow up here - on paper you can fire up any IMAP compliant mail application and point it at us. Unfortunately what folks call "IMAP compliant" is a pinch on the squishy side. So far every client we've tested has been just a _little_ bit different on how it handles deleted items, changes in the messaging index out from under us etc... so we can't ever make a blanket statement that any client we haven't looked at will work.
the world of "standards" is sometimes not so standard.
I'd suggest firing it up and testing it out - we'd certainly be interested in hearing your experince - you're not likely going to break anything, our IMAP interfaces are pretty "defensive" - it may not let you, say, delete a message cleanly or show you the updated status if you change it over the phone interface (i.e. toggle the urgent flag of a message in your inbox via the TUI) etc... but it's worth trying at any rate.
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