Pop3 connector for global ISP retreiving

Posted on 2006-05-23
Last Modified: 2010-03-06

Need to confirm an information.  In SBS2000 or SBS2003 you can create a pop3 connector to retreive all email to a ISP Provider.

If I understand correctly, Exchange 2003 does not have that feature included, you need to buy a third party to do this.

is my information correct ?

Question by:Martin_Dalpe
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    You are correct.
    A POP3 connector comes with SBS versions but not standard versions.
    Also you cannot use a POP3 connector from an SBS version on standard versions, you will have to purchase a third party connector.

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