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Where is the pop3 connector in exchange 2003?

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We are migrating from SBS 2000 to Exchange 2003 running on server 2003.  We have encountered a problem.  Apprently the pop3 connector is not were it used to be.  How can my exchange users connect to external pop3 accounts?
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Its not in a different place, its just not there anymore you need to go thirdparty :(
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/Email/Q_20839198.html
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jaredmitchell,
Exchange POP3 Connector POPcon
POPcon Exchange POP3 Connector connects your POP3 mailboxes to your Exchange Server™.


POPcon periodically downloads your emails from POP3 mailboxes and distributes them to exchange mailboxes according to the recipient information found in the mail headers. It supports multiple domains and multiple POP3 mailboxes of both single-drop and multi-drop type. Best of all: POPcon Exchange POP3 Connector is licensed on a low per-server basis with no additional fees for users or mailboxes.

http://www.christensen-software.com/popcon.htm
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