Can I do this, download from ISP's POP3 server to IMAP in EXCHANGE

Can I do this, download from ISP's POP3 server to IMAP in EXCHANGE

Post by kirkzeusNO » Fri, 28 Nov 2003 15:04:32


Hi all

I haven't used MS Exchange but I would like to know if this is
possible?

Currently I use MS Outlook 2002 to retrieve emails from multiple
ISP's. The ISP's have POP3 servers. Access is achieved via a dial up
modem.

I want to be able to have my own IMAP Server on my network. Can MS
Exchange be set up to dial up my ISP and then download the emails from
my ISPs' POP3 servers, so that the email is then put into my IMAP
server ready to be picked up by my local users? They too will be using
MS Outlook 2202.

Thanks
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Can I do this, download from ISP's POP3 server to IMAP in EXCHANGE

Post by » Fri, 28 Nov 2003 15:19:31

Yes with either small business server's pop3 connector or third party pop3
connector like popbeamer

 
 
 

Can I do this, download from ISP's POP3 server to IMAP in EXCHANGE

Post by Lanwench [ » Fri, 28 Nov 2003 22:15:33

Replied in another group - if you need to post to multiple groups, it's best
to do so all at once in a single message (separate the NG names with commas)
so that everyone can follow the thread. Thanks :-)

Crossposting = posting once to several newsgroups within a single message.
This is not a Bad Thing (presuming the list of groups posted to is small,
and all the groups are truly relevant to your question)

Multiposting = posting separate, identical posts to several newsgroups. This
is a Bad Thing.

See http://www.yqcomputer.com/