Re: Exchange Picking Up Email

Lloyd Brunt ( )
Fri, 19 Dec 1997 11:01:59 +0000

At 07:26 pm 18/12/97 -0500, you wrote:
>On Thu, 18 Dec 1997, Jeff wrote:
>> here is a thought, some system allow mail that is addressed to anyone to go
>> to one POP3 mailbox. If you used something like pullmail which reads the
>> header to pull the mail from the mailbox and send it to the Exchanges SMTP
>> then all you would have to do is schedule that pullmail to do it every some
>> many min
>> Just a thought
>That sounds exactly perfect, (My original question mentioned using what
>sounds like an equivilant unix package called Fetchmail.) Where can I
>find information about pullmail?
Douglas, Pullmail has some limitations - it doesn't handle mulitple To or
cc clauses. This is why the same program author wrote AutoDial. This isn't
free but it is very flexible and doesn't cost much. If your clients can
affrod Exchange server, they can certainly afford this 8-)

You can download a demo version (fully working) from our Web site or from

-Regards, Lloyd

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