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Require full email address for username when accessing exchange via pop3

Posted on 2011-02-18
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Right now when users setup outlook or phone the username is just the part before the @ sign. How do I change it on the server so the username should be the full email address ? I am using Exchange 2003 SP2 on Windows Server 2003.
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Nevermind.....Went into active directly and changed the login name to the full email address
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Was able to figure it out
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But does this force the full email as username? I want to allow both... for a number of reasons... in other words, i would like both "username" && "username@domain.com" to be accepted as POP3 logon names
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