Receive Mail in Exchange 2007

Hi There

i need to know if it is possible to setup exchange 2007 to fetch mail from our hosting company and download it into exchange at certain time intervals without using something like Popcon.
i also need to just draw certain mailboxes and not all available mailboxes.
if this is not the case, what can i use that is free of charge?
i know there is EFS, but for that you must use a Cathall account, and in this case i dont want all mail to be downloaded to Exchange.

Thanks
stevenvanheerdenAsked:
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Glen KnightCommented:
SBS 2008 has a POP3 downloader

No version of Exchange has a POP3 downloader unless it's part of Small Business Server.  You will have to use a 3rd party tool.
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stevenvanheerdenAuthor Commented:
hi

yes, it is part of the Small Business Server 2008 Package.
how do i get this to work in my scenario?
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manav08Commented:
steven,

demazter is correct. POP3 connector is only part of SBS.
If your server is not a SBS Server, I recommend you to use a 3rd party tool called PopCon http://www.christensen-software.com/popcon.htm
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stevenvanheerdenAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot, but as explained - this is a small business server 2008 and Exchange 2007 is included - all on one disk and all part of one installation.
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manav08Commented:
Sorry steve, I guess we both answered at the same time, so I didn't realise it is SBS. I will let demazter answer this question..
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Glen KnightCommented:
SBS 2008 comes with a POP3 connector.
Please see the official SBS blog on how to configure this: http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2009/07/01/sbs-2008-introducing-the-pop3-connector.aspx
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stevenvanheerdenAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot Guys...

I have to leave in a minute, so i will get back to on this  I see its a bit of reading, so i will get round to it a bit later.

Thanks so far.
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stevenvanheerdenAuthor Commented:
Thanks Guys!
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