As I'm implementing my first real SBS 2003 infrastructure (I have done it for our internal office and of course on VPC but not for an actual client), I have a question that might seem dumb to many of you but I do need to know how to get around this. Our client for whom we will be implementing their first SBS server has a website hosted on a third party server, he also creates the mail accounts that he requires through the hosting company's web-based control panel. Now that we are installing SBS, we would like to use Exchange to create accounts and send and receive email (this way once we create the user on SBS the emails accounts will be created automatically). My question is how we can accomplish this task? Basically we want the website to be hosted with this third party hosting company but we would like to have exchange take care of the email stuff. Just so you know, I'm aware of the POP3 connector and I know how I can set it up so that the emails can be read from the existing mail server but we won't be using that (basically for emails we want to start from scratch and assign proper email addresses). One last thing, the client uses a cable connection with dynamic IP.