ISA Server 2004 droping external mail to exchange server

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Dear MCSE

     please help me how to configure my exchange server 2003 and ISA Server 2004, currently  i am using now pop3 to get my email from my hosting IP 233.233.234.234. to download my incoming message from external to internal by using igetmail. now  myboss  he like to use ISA server 2004 to work as a firewall and work like igetmail. i done already the setting for my firewall but, i got some problem how to allow and put my hosting IP address in the isa server. id tried direct from outlook it work the message from external droping to client  by outlook configure . now i need to recieve  external to ISA then drop  to exchange server 2003.

please help help help.

thanks

Sirdus

ASKED: January 9, 2010  5:56 AM
UPDATED: January 11, 2010  4:12 PM

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This Microsoft article might help and is probably easier than someone detailing the whole process on here:

<a href=”http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc713317.aspx”>Using ISA Server 2004 with Exchange 2003</a>

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