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I have a problem:

a company has a NT network with Win3.11 clients. From the NT server, you have access to the internet and can fetch mail from your POP client.
Now I want that every email addressed to Joe@pop-provider.com will be forwarded to Joe's (who is a client in this network); everything to Doe@pop-provider.com shall be forwarded to Doe.

Any ideas how this is done, if there are any additional products that have to be purchased?

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First of all  the network clients must access the Internet.So you have to install a proxy server on the NT server.I suggest you the Microsoft Proxy Server 2.0.Of course the clients must have tcp/ip installed.
Then you must use a Internet Mail client software on the clients such as Exchange or Outlook.
Then you can configure this clients To use the Internet Mail.You specify the Internet Mail Server and the mailbox of each client.

Finally you configure your Proxy Server to add Mail ports for forwarding your mails to the clients.This are port number 25 for SMTP protocol and 110 for POP3.





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