Best Exchange 2007 Pop Connector?

Posted on 2012-08-21
Last Modified: 2012-08-27
Hi All

Can someone advise a good POP connector please?

The environment that we are running is: S2008 R2 Enterprise + Exchange 2007

I've found multiple packages but most dont look very "trustable".  I just want to make sure that this software works good and doesnt affect our Exchange environment in any way..

I see that Popcon is fairly popular.  Do any people have positive "hands-on" with this package?  (Or other packages that do the job well + good support?)

Thank you in advance

Question by:Insr33
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    Expert Comment

    Exchange 2007 has a POP3 option built in.
    The ports are controlled by your firewall for external access (just like OWA).

    Why do you need to add one?

    Author Comment

    Sorry, my mistake.  Running Exchange 2010.
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    Expert Comment

    Like Postmaster said in Exchange 2010 is same as Exchange 2007
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