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ms exchange/nt server gateway to unix server

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I want to set up a NT server with MS exchange on it but I want to connect this with my existing unix server how would i go about this? do i need a gateway service from MS??
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Install Intenet Message Service in your Exchange server.
This allows to send and receive mails via SMTP for Exchange.

If you just want to pop your mails from Unix server, you must add the Internet Mail Service in Outlook and set it up as pop client.
This must be done at each client.
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If we want to "pop" emails from Unix server to Exchange..what configuartions must be done to setup the unix server ( running Solaris in this case).

thanks in advance
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Exchange server cannot "pop" :-(
I'm not shure about the Exchange client, but Outlook can.
On Solaris you need to enable port 110, Solaris usually comes with a preset popd on this port.
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