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In the SBS 2011 Exchange 2010 manager how do I set the the download interval to 15 monites like I could in Exchange 2003.  And how to I force the delivery as well?
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Are you referring to OAB...can explain more what exactly you want to do
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Not OAB. There was a place in Exchange 2003 where you set up the POP3 mailboxes with their passwords and you could set the retrieval interval. It's where you defined the mailboxes and then said when they were supposed to go out and download the mail from the remote mail server.

That all seems to be missing in Exchange 2010
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Downloading mail from a POP account into Exchange Server in general is not a supported configuration.

You need to enable POP3 in 2010

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124934.aspx

If you can share the screenshot, what exact settings you want.
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THANK YOU!!  Ok I enabled POP3   But I still can't find where I give the mailbox username and password to download the mail from the remote server?
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Will do and I will report back THANKS!
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I can't use a 3rd party thing. Do you know how to just make the regular POP3 work?  Don't want to use POPcon
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It's under the Connectivity tab in the SBS manager after you enable the POP3 service.
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