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Missing POP3 Connector Manager

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A customer has been using exchange for internal e-mail for a couple of years but has been using an external webmail facility for e-mail with the outside world. Now they wish to have everything in Exchange and so we have been asked to add the POP3 accounts to Exchange. I do not have a lot of experience with setting up Exchange and as they will initially be downloading approximately 150MB of mail stored just now in their webmail I am keen that it goes OK.
When I have log into Microsoft Exchange System Manager under Connectors I was expecting to see "POP3 onnector Manager" but there isn't one. When I right-click on 'Connectors' and say "New" the POP3 Connector is not one of the options. How to I go about installing the POP3 Connector Manager?
Thanks. Richard
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redseatechnologies earned 125 total points
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Are you using small business server?

The pop3 connector - besides being a piece of garbage - is not part of exchange, it is part of SBS

-red
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What was the solution for this.  I have the EXACT issue as described.  I have scoured the Internet and have only found this that describes the problem I'm having with no real solution.
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Are you using small business server?
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