To choose a POP3 Parser
Posted on 2006-11-09
Hi! We have a Windows SBS 2003 and uses the built in POP3 Connector for downloading mail through our ISP. About 25 mailboxes. We're tired of this 15 minutes parsing and other things that POP3 Connector limits because of it's nearly useless interface.
What other pop3 parsers are good to use?
No advices who leading us to use Exchange as direct delivery, we already have it in mind.
Trying and configurating takes some time and risks to interrupt the mail process for all or some employees (it's already did) :p. I've tried pop3 beamer who seems nice at first glance. After a while there appears to be doubles of some messages. Also mail sended from inside our organisation to mailboxes that not exists in Exchange, was sended back with error delivery, instead of routing it to our ISP's smtp-server. I've configured Exchange to act that way. I don't know why pop3 beamer are disturbing this at all, but now with pop3 beamerservice uninstalled it works as before - mail to unknown mailboxes routes to our ISP's smtp.
With above you understand a little about our needs.
- And u also understand I'm not interested in POP3 Beamer as advice :-).
- That does not matter if the program costs some dollars. POP3 Beamer costs 180$ and that's fine if it would working.