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So far we have installed the server with 2003 enterprise, got the file sharing working and installed a program called 602LAN SUITE this boasts that its freeware for up to 5 users which is fine, proxy for ICS and mail services.  I have installed it to a point where it says I have 18 e-mails waiting on the server (i think external FREESERVE (isp) server.  But how do i configure the server or workstations to recieve these e-mails?
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i have tried using the pop3 mail service in the added server roles but i can not get my head around this it doesnt make sense there doesnt seem to be anywhere for all my usernames and passwords etc thats why I have tried using 602LAN SUITE.
, this suite it useful as I needed to proxy service for ICS anyway.

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http://download.software602.com/pdf/lns/2004/ls2004_manual.pdf
check the page 14, it tells you how to configure POP3 access.
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when we try to connect and pickup e-mails it says the connection to the server has failed, we are also having problems concerning the ICS as this sometimes works and sometimes doesn't.  We can open IE6 and it waill think for about 30 seconds then suddenly the website will load?
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Have you enabled the ICS in windows? This software has a proxy server so you dont need to use the windows ICS. And can you specify the exact error message when you try to retrieve mails?
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by:yzak
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I am running an exchange server 2003 on windows 2003 server standard edition.
I run out of disk space.
Planning to  add a second hard drive.
My question is: Is it possible to use the move mailbox utility to move all mail boxes to the second HD?  If the answer is yes how can I do that?
If the answer is no what is the other alternative.
Your help and support mostly appreciated.
Thanks
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