Domains Outlook Exchange POP3

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I have Outlook 2003 running on XP Pro Outlook needs to bring in mail from POP3 accounts and Exchange accounts Exchange account needs to VPN into a Microsoft 2000 server Server needs my computer to have a Domain setup POP3 need internet access, outside of VPN Lastly need to connect to local network by Workgroup to utilize printers, do backups, etc
ASKED: June 21, 2006  2:12 PM
UPDATED: February 5, 2009  8:37 PM

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When setting up the VPN connection, go into the Networking SettingsTCPIPAdvanced and Untick the Default Gateway tick box.

By default when you establish a VPN connection a default gateway is created to the VPN server which means ALL your traffic goes that way. To avoid that, untick the Default Gateway box and you’ll be able to see both networks.

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  • Kenmajor
    Thanks for replying. I had done this, and it allowed me to view the web while connected to the VPN. Yet I can not print to a printer shared on another computer in my workgroup. Also, I am VPN'ing yet I have not set up a domain for the VPN (needed to get my emails via exchange). I understand that this will also give me difficulties.
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  • Ursulus
    you should have complete access to both networks unless there is a conflict somewhere. When I'm attempting to connect to an Exchange server on a different domain I just make sure the Username and Password I'm using is the same across ALL networks.. that way you will usually find that authentication 'just works' Ursulus
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    Got it working Thanks for replying
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