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Exchange 5.5 and Internet mail (POP3)

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can exchange server 5.5, on its own, go out and retreive email from a pop3 account ( example - userid@hotmail.com ) and place said mail in correct users account.
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No.  The only MS POP3 connector for 5.5 shipped with Small Business Server, but not the release 5.5.  The are a number of third party connectors for this purpose.

http://www.christensen-software.com/popcon.htm
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excelent, quick reply, great advice
it solved the problem
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