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Internal e-mail distribution - SBS 2011

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Hello all.  
Migrating from SBS 2003 to SBS 2011, original server used a program to distribute e-mails to recipients even though all e-mails are collected from one "catch-all" mailbox at the ISP via the POP3 connector.
The program doesn't run on SBS 2011, apparently.  Is this something that can be achieved within SBS 2011 or is there a third party product suitable for this or do I need to re-think the e-mail collection process?
Many thanks in advance.
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setasoujiro earned 500 total points
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I would say you'd need a mailbox per user, and a pop3 per user
or have your mail delivered directly at your site
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Not the answer I was hoping for but an answer all the same
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