Exchange 2003 - Pop3 requiring domain login....

Posted on 2005-04-30
Last Modified: 2008-03-06
Is there any way to bypass Exchange 2003 requiring that the full username with domain (i.e. username@domain.server.local) be used to login with Pop3?

Question by:jmeiss
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    Expert Comment

    If pop3 is setup correctly, you should only need the user name and password.  Check in Exchange Manager.
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    Author Comment

    Exchange System manager?  Everything looks correct....
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    Author Comment

    all of a sudden it all started working once I made sure my SMTP server could accept anonymous connections....


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