Connecting Your IMAP POP & PeopleSoft Data
Whether you’re integrating IMAP POP with PeopleSoft or moving data from one of these solutions to the other, getting your information where it needs to be is crucial. Use StarfishETL’s robust iPaaS to connect your data with speed and flexibility.
Secure Connections Between IMAP POP to PeopleSoft
The iPaaS powering your IMAP POP and PeopleSoft connection not only provides unrivaled scalability, but also offers strict security protocols to keep data safe as it moves across applications. StarfishETL applies two-fold data security between Amazon Web and our internal servers to maintain the highest levels of protected infrastructure. Strict data encryption practices and progressive security principles keep sensitive information secure at all times as it passes between IMAP POP and PeopleSoft.
IMAP POP and PeopleSoft Integration
Integrate IMAP POP and PeopleSoft to boost your analytical power, align your teams, and create more omnichannel experiences across your business. StarfishETL makes the process seamless with a library of pre-configured maps at your fingertips and easy ways to customize your project. Check out the visual below to learn how a typical integration flows. Then, contact our team to request a quote on your IMAP POP and PeopleSoft project.
Set up access to each system
Define processes & stages
Modify integration & add custom fields
Run initial data migration load
Ensure keys are matching between systems
About These Solutions
IMAP and POP are different email access protocols that represent different methods of retrieving and storing mail. IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) access involves connecting to a mail storage and reading the messages from the server, which is ideal for users that need to connect to their email across multiple devices. POP (Post Office Protocol) on the other hand involves connecting to an online mail storage, downloading the messages off the server, and then deleting said messages from the original online storage so they only remain on the contacting computer.