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User not logged onto domain email.

Posted on 2003-11-21
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Hello all,

Can a user not logged onto the domain get email from an Exchange 2003 server that is in the domain?

Background: we want laptop users at their desks to be able to do this.

Thanks!

Jonathan
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@jmatt001:

> Can a user not logged onto the domain get email from an Exchange 2003 server
> that is in the domain?

Yes, assuming they can connect to the Exchange server.  They will just be prompted for a domain login and password when they try to connect.  Try it and see.

Hope That Helps,
Dex*
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by:bbao
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if you use pop3/smtp to access your exchange server, it even does not need to input your domain name.
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by:ahoffmann
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That's one of M$'s Exchange "advantages" against other MTAs: you need a DC *and* valid users in the domain to be used in Exchange
Just a mailbox user will not work (not shure for Exchange 6.x)
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