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POP account within 5.5 environment

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We have a basic NT 4.0 domain with an Exchange 5.5 server.  We have 3 users who currently have pop accounts added to their Outlook and it works fine.  However, I'm trying to add 2 more POP accounts to other Outlook clients.  I'm not sure how they originally got it to work, but I'm not having any luck.  I looked at the 3 clients whos POP accounts do work and put those same settings into the 2 new users but it doesn't work.  My thoughts are that there must be some kind af static mapping to the exchange server.  Does anyone have any ideas?
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Are these Pop3 Accounts personal or company accounts? Are these pop accounts dial-out, dsl, or cable through a proxy of some sort? Do the company have their own registered domain on the internet?
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I just needed to add the proxy client, but guess what?  I'm giving you the points just for responding.
thanks,
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