Exchange 2010 connection problem related to POP3 and IMAP

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Exchange 2010
IMAP4
OWA
POP3
SMTP
Windows Server 2008
I am using exchange 2010, in Owa access i have publish pop3,imap4 and smtp setting for the user to view these setting,but now there is problem with the connection related to pop3 and imap(we have disable the port number at edge server), so i don't want the user to view those setting now,
plz help.


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Hi,

I think that this might be a little confusion here.
My first question is: what protocols do you *need* to provide to your users?

By your statement, if you only need to provide OWA (or MAPI sessions for outlook) to your users, you don’t need do configure IMAP4 or POP3 within Exchange so, they could be blocked at the edge without interfering with OWA or MAPI. The lower the attack surface, the better.

Please provide some more details so we can help you better.

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  • Redhot2006
    the issue is that, user are only using Owa but since i publish the pops,imap and smtp for testing purpose the user using those setting , so i don't want the user to view the pop3,imap4 and smtp setting in the Owa
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