Exchange 2007: How to access mailbox with pop3 access

Hi,

In my company, external users who are connected on our lan with a business2business vpn setup, needs to connect to  some mailboxes of our exchange 2007 over POP3.
Can someone explain how to set this up please?

thx
KozznAsked:
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MrN1c3Commented:
You will need to start the "MSExchangePop3" service on your client access server(s)
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KozznAuthor Commented:
Thx for info,

Do you advise to use port 995 instead of port 110(with integrated windows authentication) or is 110 safe enough?

I get an  Un-trusted Certificate chain error when connection over port 995...
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MrN1c3Commented:
best practice is to use 995
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KozznAuthor Commented:
Thx, it works, but over 110.. with 995, problem in the application with the certificate:

Incoming Status: Failure - SSL authentication failed because there was a problem with the certificate. RemoteCertificateNameMismatch, RemoteCertificateChainErrors

Incoming Status: Failure - Unable to read data from the transport connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host. An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host

Is it possible to limit the use of pop to some ip's?
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