SBS 2000    POP3 access from workstations

Posted on 2003-03-27
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Last Modified: 2010-05-18
Upon setting up SBS 2000 to a reasonable level, i have reached a point that clients need to be able to access email through POP3 from Outlook rather than through Exchange POP3.
This meaning that port 110 needs to be open for access from clients.
The reason for this is that currently we only have a 56k modem connection until broadband is installed here and then the system will be changed.
I am not sure how to set up ISA server security firewall settings to enable this, as it is new to me.
Does anybody know where to find a step by step guide to the best ISA Server configuration process ?(secure and functional) or advise me on how to set up ISA Server in the correct way.
At present the configuration is pretty much standard defaults from installation. My I.P address range is to

thanks in advance
Question by:themroc
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