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How do I configure exchange 2007 to pull mail from my internet account

I have a lab type setup of a DC and Exchange 2007. I have exchange 2007 SP1 installed as mailbox role with HUB transport & client access role.

I want to be able to use this to send and recieve mail. Can I do this. Also, not sure if send connectors have to be configured and other items. I just have the basic install done.

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rdefino
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Syedm2Commented:
Yes,u have to create a new send connector
GO to receive connector,permission groups tab,check anonymous users.
Ur server will be ready to send and receive emails.
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rdefinoAuthor Commented:
Do I create the connector first, before going to the recieve connector? Liitle lost on that one.

Thanks
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rdefinoAuthor Commented:
DO I do this on the Default and Client recevie connector. Also, what do I need to enter in for the send connector?

thanks
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Syedm2Commented:
yes.
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rdefinoAuthor Commented:
How do I configure the send connector?
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Syedm2Commented:
just on the default not on client
create a send connector from here
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998814.aspx
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MesthaCommented:
Where is the email being delivered to? Natively Exchange 2007 can only receive email by SMTP. It cannot collect email from your ISPs Server. If you want email to be pulled down from another server then you will need to look at a third party POP3 connector, or ask the ISP if they provide an SMTP feed for their mailboxes (if it is a residential type ISP then they almost certainly will not).

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