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Problem with Exchange Server 2000

Posted on 2004-08-31
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I want to know how to download messages from mail server for various accounts every specific period automaticaly, to avoid the continous internet connection, using "Exchange Server 2000".
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You want to download mail from another mail server? Then get yourself a POP3 downloader.. here is a link with tons of them...

http://www.msexchange.org/software/POP3-Downloaders/
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the "exchange connector" seems to do what you need...

Exchange Connector allows you to integrate your existing POP3 mailboxes with Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 or 2003 by periodically downloading mail from the specified POP3 mailboxes and delivering the messages to the appropriate Exchange Server accounts. Runs in the background as a Windows Service, periodically downloads messages from the specified POP3 mailboxes (typically every 10 minutes), licensed on a per-server not per-user basis, supports multiple POP3 mailboxes per user and multiple users per POP3 mailbox.
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