Receive email from POP3 server with Access!

Is there a way for access to receive emails from a POP3 server (in this case and store emails in a table.

I have access 2003, and at the moment have Windows Live Mail - If I have to change to Microsoft Outlook I probably will.

Then I plan to have a query so only specific emails will be used in the database

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