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mirgating pop3 from SBS2003 to SBS2008

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Hi Guys,

We've got an SBS2003 server which we are migrating to a new SBS2008 server. We have mail SMTP direct but our hosting company checks our server and if it goes offline then they hold the mail automatically until it's up and running allowing us to run the built-in POP3 connector on SBS2003 to pull down any missing emails.
As we are migrating across to a new SBS2008 how do i migrate the settings on the POP3 connector ? will this be done automatically or do i need to manually take a note and configure them on the SBS2008 box ?
Hope this makes sense.
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You will need to set it up manually, there is no way to migrate the settings as far as I am aware.

The POP3 connector is there for transitional purposes only so the support/tools for it is limited.
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That's fine, as long as i know.

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