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We have W2008SBS and Outlook 2010 - I want to get off Exchange and back to a regular POP3/SMTP type Outlook setup. What's the best approach?
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First question would be WHY? Why do you want to cripple your userrs? If you alreadt have SBS and exchange installed, why would you want to downgrade to using an extern pop account?
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They have three email users. We did not install originally and their Exchange Store has problems and they have no backup.
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