Setting up mailbox in Exchange 2010 on SBS 2011 Standard

I am setting up Exchange Server 2010 on SBS 2011 Standard.  I get email from mailboxes on a server in another state. I set up the mailboxes in the Exchange Manager, and when I set up Outlook 2010 on the workstation, it does the automatic set up of the exchange email account.

NO WHERE in this entire process do I get asked for the password to the mailbox on the out-of-state server. In Exchange 2003 you had to enter the log-in information for the mailbox and where you could set the retrieval schedule to 15 minutes if you wanted or force a retrieval.

Where has all this gone in Exchange 2010?  Am I missing something?
dgrendaAsked:
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MichaelVHConnect With a Mentor Commented:
So basically you are trying to download emails from a mailbox through POP3?

Grts,

Michael
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MichaelVHCommented:
For what I understood, you're not getting a PW challenge on the client's computer?
If so: the Outlook profile is tied to the Windows User that's logged in into the workstation.
If you want to have Outlook prompt for a password you'll have to configure that in the advanced profile options.

On the other hand: did you move mailboxes? Because it's unclear to me what you're actually talking about.

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dgrendaAuthor Commented:
I apologize. There is a password associated with the POP3 mailbox I am bringing mail down into exchange from. I can't find anyplace to set up my access to that mailbox in exchange.
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dgrendaAuthor Commented:
I remembered it's in the connectivity tab under network in the SBS manager
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