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MS Exchange POP Solution required?

By gis ·
Hi,

I have installed MS Exchange 2000 on Win2K, and its running excellent on LAN and for SMTP connections, I need advise on how to download the emails. I have one email bad on domain which have 5 user ID's in it. I have tried a number of softwares though, but I need to know IF ANY ONE CAN PROVIDE ME WITH A SOFTWARE THAT DOES NOT DEMAND A LICENCING/PURCHASIG; mean I need a shareware.

Waiting for you guys to respond.

Regards

Rizwan Ul Haq
gis@brain.net.pk

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by mgonzales In reply to MS Exchange POP Solution ...

You can either use outlook express that comes with 2000 for pop3 which will download or you can setup personal folders and direct the e-mail to download to personal folders in the exchange properties in the control panel.

Good Luck!

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by adelhier In reply to MS Exchange POP Solution ...

Well there are to software I now that is free. One is outlook express with come with IE 5.5 but the security is a baer to deal with.
Second is some times over looked. Netscape Messanger. It is very reliable and somewhat user friendly. I have used Netscape 4.77 with messenger for some time and have little treble. Were as outlook express you have to upgrade every couple of moths.

Last is a shareware version of Eudora 5.1(don't now the newest rev). If you can take the ads that come with it. I have had some bad errors with w2k but all in all it is OK.

Best Luck

Andy

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by cjw In reply to MS Exchange POP Solution ...

For POP3 with Exchange you should talk to your ISP to find out what address you should "finger" Basically you add the command "finger (isp address)" this then initialises their mail server and will download all mails that are waiting for your account. There is a field in the connections tab on Exchange that relates to running a custom command on the mail retrieval screen.

Good Luck.

Col.

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by joshg In reply to MS Exchange POP Solution ...

I think Eudora still has a Lite version that is shareware. This will get you POP3 email downloads. If they have a PC, they probably have IE. IE comes with Outlook Express which is a great POP3 Mail client.

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by chris hirst In reply to MS Exchange POP Solution ...

I use a product from Mailgate called POPWEASEL it is not free but it is not expensive and you can download it from www.mailgate.com then you can trial it. I use it for 2 separate 'virtual' domains eg someone@domain.isp.com and it works superbly. Other products were tried but either did not work reliably or had to be setup on a different machine to Exchange.

Chris Hirst

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