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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 myname@domain.com but i dont have a fixed ip and i dont have a domain registtered when the people try to reply to taht adrress (myname@domain.com) 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 alfredolt@cantv.net (Cantv.net is my ISP domain) buut when i send an email through outlook the other people see myname@intertrak.com) howcan i receive the reply to my inbox folder).

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Alfredo Luis Torres Serrano
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slink9Commented:
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.
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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?
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Alfredo Luis Torres SerranoDevelopment Director / DBAAuthor Commented:
Thanks slink
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slink9Commented:
Take your pick of who to register and host with.  I had the company set up with www.burlee.com but there are cheaper options out there.
Oops.  POP3 Connector is only for SBS - http://www.microsoft.com/sbserver/downloads/POP3.asp
You would need to use a third party connector such as POPcon - http://www.christensen-software.com/popcon.htm if you don't have SBS.
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