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POP3 Service at Microsoft Exchange

Posted on 2007-11-22
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Hello,

I am trying to check my company email setting. It has multiple Exchange server, say server1 and server2

* After trying "telnet server1 110", i can go through the telnet session. The problem is seems they're migrating the user to server2..

* So i try "telnet server2 110", but it did not go through.

What's the conclusion at server2?
* does it mean the POP3 service is  not on?
* or different port for POP3 at server2

How to verify?

Thanks & regards
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POP3 is not enabled by default. Therefore you have to change the service from disabled to automatic and start it.

Simon.
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if you are using a F/B topoligy you need to enable the same sevices (virtual servers) on both exchange servers
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Thanks!!
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