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How to setup pop3 server on Windows Server?

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This is using MS Windows 2012 R2 server in domain. Last time, we used MS Pop3 service of MS Windows 2003 R2 server to host our internal mail server. Now, we are thinking of migrate the internal pop3 server to W2k12 R2 server, how can we migrate or rather setup a new one? this is for internal usage only.

Thanks in advance.
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Hi Kamran,

I'll set it up in my test server. Please give me some times to play around...
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Thank Kamran. My server is in production right now.
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