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Exchange 5.5 with dynamic IP address?

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anyone know if it's possible to use Exchange 5.5 in an lan, connected to the internet by a dynamically assigned ip address, where the actual domain is hosted elsewhere? perhaps a way to make Exchange pull email from a standalone domain server elsewhere?

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Rick
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Yes, it is possible. You can download your email from another server with pop3-connector from microsoft or 3rd party programs like popbeamer.
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any clue what microsoft calls the program? is it free?

any links you can provide would be helpful..

Thanks,

Rick
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Pop3-Connector is a feature in Small-Business-Server. See more about POPBeamer ($129.00) http://www.popbeamer.com.
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thanks. Looks like the popbeamer is going to do the trick.

Good Deal.

Rick
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