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Setting up exchange 2003 to allow pop mail

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i am trying to set up my exchange server to allow pop clients to recieve their emails right into there laptops i have my firewall to have the 110 and 25 open what else needs to be done?
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Make sure the pop3 services is running on the server. Also check the properties for the access controls of the pop3 service (ESM->servers->yourserver->protocols->pop3).
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What is your goal just remote email access through outlook?  If so there are other options in additon to pop such as RPC over http, vpn, OWA, etc.
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my exchange server is a members server, i store some files on it and uses remote access to monitor it.  when i login i get an generic host error and the computer browser shuts down it does not effect the funtionality of exchange but the brower shut down is a  puzzle to me.
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Have you tried using OWA instead of POP?  Does that work for you?
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the goel is to have all external users use pop smtp. i want them to use outlook 2003 grab their email then go on their way and not use space on the server.
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