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I need to configure Exchange 2007 server to acept pop3 traffic to authentecat users on a remote server.  I have the ip range they will come in on.   When do I lock down pop3 to use only these address.?


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There is no option to configure this in Exchange 2007 POP3 service. You will have to do this at the firewall level.
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