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Exchange Server 2003 and POP E-mail

If I am running Exchange Server 2003, is there a way to retrieve my that e-mail via POP3.  For example, I have a web phone with e-mail capabilities.  I would like to set up the phone to logon to my exchange server to get any e-mail.

Thanks!

Dave
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Just enable the POP3 service.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
And of course, open port 110 in your firewall
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Roger_DogerAuthor Commented:
What about sending e-mail through my server.  Please keep in mind that I just installed Server 2003, Exchange 2003, and configured everything to work properly... never touched this software before, so I am new at this stuff.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Are you having problems sending e-mail?

If you are talking about sending from the cell phone/pda, then you use the service's SMTP servers and don't worry about the Exchange server doing this.

Have you also tried accessing Outlook Web Access from the PDA/phone?
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Roger_DogerAuthor Commented:
No.  I am not having problems with anything.  I was asking about sending/replying to e-mail from my pda.  I suppose you are referring to using Verizon's smtp server?  I have not tried OWA via the Palm Treo... it never occured to me.  Is OWA setup for mobile devices?
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Roger_DogerAuthor Commented:
I don't think the Palm can handle the Java script within OWA.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
I'm not sure about OWA on a Palm Treo - I've seen phones/pdas able to access it before, but I've also seen them have problems.  Try it... if it doesn't work, use POP (I'd avoid POP if I could - it's plain-text security so it's not real secure).

Yes, use Verizon's SMTP server, that should be fine.  
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bilbusCommented:
is it a windows moble 5.0 phone? if so it works nativly with exchange

Stay away from pop ... if you use exchange
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