Exchange server 5.5 Send/Receive question

Hi Experts,

   I have installed and setup exchange server 5.5 on a server, the server is conected to internet through a DNS everithing work good but when i send an email to other adresses the addrres dispay but i dont have a fixed ip and i dont have a domain registtered when the people try to reply to taht adrress ( they receive an error because this domain really dont exist.

  How can i do to send and receive emails with a valid email address through the exchange server and redistribute the valid email adresses in y network.

  For example i have a valid email adrress that is ( is my ISP domain) buut when i send an email through outlook the other people see howcan i receive the reply to my inbox folder).

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Alfredo Luis Torres SerranoDevelopment Director / DBAAsked:
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slink9Connect With a Mentor Commented:
You need to put a valid email address in the field.  Whether you do it in the simplest form of using your correct email address or you register an email-only domain with the proper domain.
If you get your own domain you can set up the POP3 Connector to retrieve the email and distribute it.
Alfredo Luis Torres SerranoDevelopment Director / DBAAuthor Commented:
Yeah Logical, What stupid question,jeje, ok to give you the 150 points can you explain me a little more the process to register the domain and set up the pop3 option?
Alfredo Luis Torres SerranoDevelopment Director / DBAAuthor Commented:
Thanks slink
Take your pick of who to register and host with.  I had the company set up with but there are cheaper options out there.
Oops.  POP3 Connector is only for SBS -
You would need to use a third party connector such as POPcon - if you don't have SBS.
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