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Using Pop Mail with Global Address Book

By Ryan Darge ·
I have about 3 users that currently use another pop server to get their mail. I have setup exchange to forward all of there incoming mail to this pop account. So if anyone in the organization needs to e-mail them it will go threw with no problem.They have set up personal address books with a few of the many selected users we have in-house. My question is as follows: Is their a way to get the golbal address book off of exchange on to their machine? Or is their some way they can connect to it and still use their pop accounts with the outside server?
We use outlook ver 2000/2002 here. Don't know if that will help out or not. With exchange being so limited, it seems to me that the only way to get any information off of it is too be connected to it directly. They use pop accounts because they have personal folders which collects the downloaded mail and I have already tried to get them to use OWA (Outlook Web Access). They insist on using pop.

Thanks for your time.....

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by parvus1202 In reply to Using Pop Mail with Globa ...

Are you referring to global address book for all the employees or clients? What we have done is, we put all the addresses in one server(clients and employees) where it can be access by everybody using an access code. When we click server/network, it's all there, just type in the code though. But for personnal, that's different. We use NT4.0 server. I hope I got you right.

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by Ryan Darge In reply to Using Pop Mail with Globa ...

Thanks for responding and telling me how you use your system but this doesn't answer my question. We are running Exchange 5.5 with a global address list and all I want to do is figure out how to give people access who are using pop on another server access to the global list. Or possibly download it to their machine so I can send them updates when I update it.
What system are you currently using with this access code thing? Is it something built into Windows NT Server?

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