SBS2008, Exchange, POP3 connector and iPhone

I have a SBS2008, using POP3 connector to download messages from GoDaddy, but having problem with iPhone, because POP3 connector will not leave messages in mailbox after download.  I have decided to download messages on the client side by setting up the POP account on the client.  Working OK, but whenever someone sends an e-mail inside the company it is not routed out to the  GoDaddy mailbox, but gets delivered directly to the exchange mailbox.  How do I configure Exchange or Outlook to always send all mail out to the GoDaddy pop mailbox and then let the client download it to the exchange mailbox?

All help is appreciated.
karcsibataAsked:
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murgroupCommented:
Not sure there is a way. Have you considered opening port 443 so the iphone can sync directly with the exchange server? If your on a dynamic IP you could use dynamic DNS. Why use godaddy pop accounts at all if you have exchange?
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Why are you working the way you are working?  This is causing you configuration issues and resulting in you asking question about how to make your config work.
What you are doing is the equivalent of buying yourself a brand new car and then taking cab rides everywhere!
If you let mail get delivered to your SBS 2008 server (as it is designed to do), then you can have all mail left on your server, iPhones will work properly with it and not pull mail down, but you will see a copy of the mail and can read / unread / delete or move to another folder etc all on your own server.
If GoDaddy are spam filtering for you, then there are cheap products that work extremely effectively for $239 that will spam filter for you (I use one and it is brilliant).  If you have other reasons, then please explain so I can better understand.
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murgroupCommented:
Alan,
LOL, I was trying to be nice. Way to tell it like it is!!!
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
I know - I know!!  Perhaps my bedside manner could do with the odd tweak here and there : )
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
I just guess I'm not into sugar-coated pills or BS.
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murgroupCommented:
Blunt is good! I'm married to a german woman.... talk about blunt!
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karcsibataAuthor Commented:
I received a pointer nhut I needed more info.  Will ask question again later.
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