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Setting up a POP3 account on MS Small Business Server 2008 with exchange

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Hi,
 How can we setup a normal POP3 account based on our domain in MS SBS 2008 (with Exchange)?

 We have customied our MX records for our (remotely hosted) domain so that they point to our local MS SBS 2008.

We use Exchange on here which is generally fine, however I am looking at help desk  software (OsTicket) which is expecting a POP3 account not an Exchange account.

Therefore can I setup a normal POP3 on our domain in Exchange or otherwise in SBS 2008?

Thanks,
Martin

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Just in the "logon method" screen pick plain authentication instead of "secure logon" if you don't want TLS
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worked well, thanks.
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