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SBS 2008: how to setup an email only account to allow outside mail client to send/receive outsidedomain.com email that is being hosted on our server

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We have SBS 2008, which is configured to send/receive our outsidedomain.com email directly.  However, how do we setup an email only account to allow a program that sits outside our network to send mail from outsidedomain.com? In other words, in the previous setup of our email being hosted by a 3rd party, we would simply add a pop account user@outsidedomain.com and we could have any machine anywhere in the world, configured to send/recieve mail.  

With SBS, our current email accounts are tied to internal domain accounts, but I dont want to create internal domain accounts (counts against our CALs, right?) for a simple email only user that needs zero internal network access.

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