Re: Exchange Picking Up Email

Juergen Weiss ( (no email) )
Thu, 18 Dec 1997 17:40:49 +0100

Just take a "normal" email-client to read all mail out of your one POP3-b=
and forward all this mail to a special exchange account.
I did this with one customer.

If you want to spent some $ buy a plugin for exchange wich makes the same.

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Von: Douglas Warren <dwarren@alpha.NetUSA.Net>
An: <>
Datum: Donnerstag, 18. Dezember 1997 17:00
Betreff: Exchange Picking Up Email

>Greetings all,
>I'm new to this list, as we have only brought our first NT server online
>about two weeks ago, and thought I'd say hi before asking a my first
>question. (HI!) Now that that's out of the way, we have two companies
>that recently signed up with us that wish to use an NT server running
>Exchange to dialup and exchange mail. Now, at this end we use sendmail,
>and it tries to poll all hosts that it has mail for once every 30 minute=
>so for them to receive email via SMTP, they would need to be connected
>for approx. 30-35 minutes at a time to be sure they received everything
>that was bound for them. This is fairly unacceptable. What we would
>do normally is to place all email for the domain in a mail box where
>the user could retreieve it via POP3 or IMAP using a program like fetchm=
>or something similiar. Failing that, we would have them run UUCP and
>send/receive mail that way. What I'm looking is a way to accomplish thi=
>under NT, either with Exchange, or with a low cost product that can
>grab the mail from our server, and then talk SMTP to Exchange and have i=
>routed and delivered over their internal networks properly. Does anyone
>have any suggestions for this?
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