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Exchange 2019:- POP external and internal settings

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Edward van Biljon
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In this video we show you how to configure the POP settings on your Exchange 2019 Server. This includes the internal and external settings as well as the X509 setting and lastly we look at authentication methods and how you should configure you services.

Video Steps

1. Launch Exchange Management Shell

Click on Start and then expand Exchange Server 2019 and right click on the Exchange Management Shell and select "Run as Administrator"

2. Type in command

Type in the command: Get-popsettings -Server EX2019A | fl

3. Type in command

Run the following command to set the pop internal settings: Set-PopSettings -server EX2019A -InternalConnectionSettings "pop3.thexchangelab.com:995:SSL","pop3.thexchangelab.com:110:TLS" -X509CertificateName pop3.thexchangelab.com

4. Type in command

Run the following command to set the pop external settings: Set-PopSettings -server EX2019A -ExternalConnectionSettings "pop3.thexchangelab.com:995:SSL","pop3.thexchangelab.com:110:TLS" -X509CertificateName pop3.thexchangelab.com

5. Type in command

Run the following command to set the X509: Set-PopSettings -server EX2019A -X509CertificateName pop3.thexchangelab.com
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