Receive Emails from ISP through Exchange Server 2007

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Microsoft Exchange 2000
SBS 2008
How to configure Exchange 2007 to send and receive emails setup by ISP hosting my Email Domain.

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SBS 2008

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You can configure a POP3 Connector on your Exchange server. This will download messages from your ISPs email server and populate the messages in the Exchange mailboxes. If your Exchange email accounts are setup the same (same email address and domain name) as the ISP, you can send from these accounts, as well.

Try searching POP3 Connector for Exchange on the Web. There is a ton of information available.

<a href=”http://www.gravityusa.com/phoenix”>Gravity Systems</a>

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Generally, sbs has own console that guides thru the setup procedures & enable all the features of sbs. And the ramain part is run the wizards & setup users, join to domain and hope to install a trusted cert. Ofcourse there r lots to steps / configures.... gm,it is necessary to change mx records at the same isp to redirect ur email from their mail server to sbs. Hope these 2 refs helps u....ex-server conf and same is, only a free registration is required !
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