POP3 access

Posted on 2009-02-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I want to setup POP3 server on exchange server 2003. I have done following

1. Started POP3 service on Exchange 2003 server
2. started IMAP4 Server on Exchange 2003 server
3. On POP3 which is my exchange server I have checked by typing on
    command prompt telnet localhost 110 reply was +ok Microsoft exchange
     server 2003 pop3 server version 6.5.7638.1 ready

Kindly guide me to the next step. I am enclosing my pix config. If any changes needed at pix side.
Question by:lotusboy
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    Do you have Secure POP3 enabled? if you need pop3 access from outside your network then ensure you have the necessary ports open

    Author Comment

    Thanks Sandeep. No I dont have secure POP3 enabled. But I want to do that in process. Please guide me how to open all ports. I am weak at PIX CLI. I can type on my PIX CLI.  Please have look to my config and let me know what will be the commands. Config is enclosed.

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    you have question in the wrong zone, I wouldnt be the best person to suggest the CISCO config.

    Could you post this question in the cisco zone?

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