Redirecting Email from an Exchange 2000 server to a POP3 server

I am looking for a method of redirecting mail from an Exchange 2000 server to a pop3 mail server.

This is my situation.  I am wanting to bring email services within my company and away from the existing POP3 server located within our ISP.  I want all company bound emails to hit my new Exchange server and for emails bound for addresses that do not match any receipients in the Global Address List to be routed to the existing POP3 mail server.  I have been in contact with my ISP regarding MX records, so all should be sorted in that department.  So, does anyone now how to route these emails to a POP3 server.  Do I use smart hosts????

Thanks.
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DuaneMorrisCommented:
I don't know if you can do it with out the POP folks addresses in the GAL.  When we did it we created a contact in the GAL for the other users with an address of  address@B.domain.com.  And we created a connector with other server as the smarthost.  And gave it a name space of B.doamin.com.  So, all mail going to @domain.com would go through the exchange server, if the address was local it would be delivered, if not, the contact pointed it to the connector, the connector pointed to the other server.  This was a phase-in plan, there would be too much administration to do this long term.    You will probably need to make exchange nonauthoritative for your domain.  Good luck.

Duane
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peter_fleurOperational Director Commented:
You can use the undeliverable tab in your smtp server properties.
There is a line on the 3th tab (i think) which says something like send all mail which is undeliverable on this server to this host/ip. There you can give the ip of the pop3 box.
I have this setup to control mail for 1 domain to 7 different locations.

Hope this solves your problem.

Peter
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