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Where in Exchange 2007 can I locate the POP / IMAP / SMTP server settings to setup a non-Microsoft email client?

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I am trying to setup Thunderbird for a client. They are a vendor/partner of a company that has Exchange 2007 and Windows SBS 2008. This vendor has an Exchange email address on the SBS server. I am trying to locate the POP and/or IMAP settings so I can setup the email client. How can I find the info I need to complete this task?
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You can find the settings for POP and IMAP at the following location...
- Open EMC
- Expand Server Config,
- Client Access
- Click on the POP3 and IMAP4 Tab
- Right click either POP3 or IMAP4, select properties

In there you will see different tabs which will show all of the settings you require.

Will.
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Thank you for your help.
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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Very fast response and well detailed.
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Why are you closing the question and not awarding points?
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