How to setup POP3 step by step on Windows Server 2003

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Windows Server 2003 POP3
Hello I'm trying to help someone setup POP3 onto Windows Server 2003 so that he can use it just to send email from his program that was custom built. The server is not part of a domain. I tried these steps from this website http://www.windowsreference.com/windows-server-2003/step-by-step-email-server-setup-in-windows-server-2003/ but I can't get it to send using outlook express. It keep asking me for username and password. I put in the password and username still the same thing. Am I missing something.

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Windows Server 2003
ASKED: January 18, 2010  12:31 AM
UPDATED: January 18, 2010  1:41 PM

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hello Ironhide,

i found this link about a tutorial how to setup POP3 on windows server 2003, you can take a look and try to see if it helps.

http://www.ilopia.com/Articles/WindowsServer2003/EmailServer.aspx

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  • Ironhide
    I tried that website solution too. Do I need a MX record, setup DNs, or something on this server or the ISP.
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