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i have the same problem with pop3 i cant connect to my exchange server i did already telnet from the pc to the server an port 110 and answer the telnet

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i have a problem when i try to connect with pop3 i cant connect to my exchange server i did already telnet from the pc to the server an port 110 and answer the telnet , but when i do the configuration of outlook on the pc with pop3 show me a error , code 0x800ccc0f.
i do a new profile and is the same resulta failed.
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Is the exchange server setup for POP3 Connections?

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hello apache09:

yes the service of pop3 its already running. the form how i resolve it is when installed the antivirus and antispam in the server exchange, somenthing in the program forced to restart the services of pop3 and smtp, after that the server works ok and without problems of connection with pop3.
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