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POP3 Access in Exchange 2003

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EXCHANGE 2003
WINDOWS 2003
ISA 2004

I would like to setup outlook express to check emails from my exchange server, do you know where I can find instructions on how to do this.....anything I need to look out for?
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First create a A record as "pop.domainname.com" and let it replcate to DNS servers on internet
Then Map this IP with your exchange server on the Firewall
Enable Pop3 service on the exchange server(make sure the POP3 port you want to use should be open on the firewall)
for more information goto
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=46E9CDD0-95F0-4DB6-A4D2-874F4ABB09E5&displaylang=en 
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