How To Configure Exchange 2003 on SBS Server + Outlook

I configured Exchange 2003 on my Small Business Server. I used a guide how to configure it step by step. I already made a new Connector and setted the right settings for the Recipient Default Policy & Default SMTP Virtual Server.

I also made a new user that is using the new address, but when I try to add the account to Outlook Express 6 it ask for a pop and  I don't want to use pop.

Also if I continue the wizard it ask for a username & password but I choose the option ''Anonymous'' at the Policies settings so it shouldn't ask for a username and password.

Can somebody help me out? Thanks in advance.
AgrippaSenior IT ConsultantAsked:
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KimputerCommented:
Exchange is meant to be used with Outlook. Yes the FULL Outlook, part of the Office package (not Student, but Home & Business or Professional). Fix that first.
Alternatives if you can't get Outlook (too expensive?):
POP/IMAP
Web access
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ola_erikCommented:
1. SBS2003 is end of support as of 2015.
1.1 The easiest no-hassle solution is to use Outlook 2003/ 2007/ 2010 with SBS2003. Outlook 2003 is also end of support.

2. The connector is for downloading email to Exchange from an external email server (eg Google or your local email-delivery business).

3. to set up IMAP and connect it to Exchange from Outlook Express 6

3.1 the general steps
https://www.upb.pitt.edu/uploadedFiles/People-Offices/Offices/Technology__Services/Configure%20Outlook%20Express%20for%20Exchange.pdf

3.2 You need to fill in your own addresses to
your own Exchange server on the network
, username,
password etc
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