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ISP POP to in-house SBS 2003 exchange mailbox. How to default outgoing mail direct to POP?

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I have about 20 users in my SBS 2003 Active Directory. Each of these users has SMTP Connector enabled to download emails from a POP server from my ISP. All users need to VPN before using Outlook to read their mail. Otherwise, they use OWA.

However, I now have a user that is off-site, where VPN is not allowed. She needs to use Outlook, not OWA.

To read mail, I can configure her Outlook so she downloads it direct from POP (i.e. she never has to VPN).

But that causes a new problem. If her other colleagues send an email to her, it goes to the exchange server, and directly into her exchange inbox. Since she only checks the POP mailbox from ISP, she will never see this mail.

How do I solve this? Options:

1) Make my exchange accessible to public, and only rely on login/password? (not recommended)
2) (As per subject line) Somehow configure so that any emails sent to her from internal staff will go to her POP, and not exchange? Is this even possible?
3) If all else fails, just get her a separate domain and POP mailbox?

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