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I want to use Outlook express to use pop3 secure connection to exchange 2007. I wonder what should be done on exchange server, firewall and Outlook express.
I appreciate very much if some one can help.
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Yes you have to turn pop3 or imap4  since it is disabled by default on the exchange server.

Them, you have to configure tls and ssl on exchange server.
configuring tls and ssl access for po3 and imap4 access
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997149.aspx
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Thank you for your help. POP3 client is working, just need to replace the self-sign certificate.
Thanks
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Thank you
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