Is it possible to read mail messages from LocalHost(Thunderbird) using uipath POP3 or IMAP?

I was try to read mail messages and download Attachments from Localhost i.e., thunderbird. But I was failed to read using POP.As my localhost sever is POP I had gone with POP in UiPath studio. I have tried with different Secure connection in pop activity in UiPath Studio I got different errors for each connection as below.
*Error1 while using secure connection (StartTls, Auto & SslOnConnection):-Get POP3 Mail Messages: An error occurred while attempting to establish an SSL or TLS connection. The host name did not match the name given in the server’s SSL certificate.
Error2 While using secureconnection(None):-Get POP3 Mail Messages: Authentication failed.

Can anyone help me on this topic.

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