Exchange 2003 *** Can it be both Exchange and POP3 **

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All, I am new to Exchange coming from Lotus Notes back ground. We have a problem with users on site like Exchange and all it's features. When they are on the road they do not want to use the Web mail. They want to use there outlook as normal. Beside setting up a VPN and a VPN client I can't hink of a way. Any thoughts. New to Exchange
ASKED: April 10, 2008  10:31 PM
UPDATED: April 11, 2008  2:03 PM

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you can setup a POP3 account in their outlook as well as long as you have your POP3 virtual server started, and you have an A record traditionally labeled as mail.yourdomain.com directed to your mail servers IP address.

Make sure you have port 110 open on your firewall.

Or, you can setup RPC over http, which would allow you to use the full Outlook client from remote, without VPN’ing into the network. It is as if the remote users are on the network. Works really great!

See this doc for how to setup: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/833401

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