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POP email into Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-09-13
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In my brilliant quest to be, at least, a basic level Server 2011 for Small Business with Exchange 2010, I managed, at some point, to POP down an  Internet based account into my server and cannot find the connector that is pulling that email down into the Exchange server.  How can I undo this?  I've looked at the HUB transports and Connectors and cannot find mydomain.net email.  I want mydomain.com to continue to come directly into Exchange by changing my MX record with the .com address.  I have not changed that with the .net address.
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by:karllangston
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you should not be able to perform POP collection in exchange 2010? Unless you are using a third party POP tool?
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by:rexxnet
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be that as it may, i've managed to do it.  There are no third party tools installed.
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Rob Williams earned 500 total points
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POPing e-mail to the server is configured under SBS console | Network | connectivity | highlight POP3 connector and on the right choose "view POP3 Connector Properties".
If you remove the user/s you will stop the connector.
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