1) you need to have some sort of mail system that hold mail. On some
systems this is refered to a Domain POP. Basically it a single mailbox that
recieves all the mail for certian domain. As far as I know EMWAC IMS, does
not do this.
2) you need to have exchange retieve the mail. This is a problem because,
while it can recieve mail on its smtp server, it does not natively have a
way to retrieve mail from a domain pop. There are some third-party add-ons
or workarounds. to do this. something called pullmail and pop2echange come
to mind right way. I am sure that there are more.
I hope that this helps out a bit and is able to steer you in the direction
you need to meet your customer's need.
At 10:05 AM 8/26/98 -0500, you wrote:
>I need some advice from those who've been there before:
>I have a client who wants to host his own domain email using Exchange, he
>will connect to the Internet through a local ISP and wants to pull their
>mail from our server, we are running EMWAC IMS. They will only connect at
>random, so we need to "hold" their mail until they pick it up, and then
>their mail server distributes it to their accounts. How is this set up, and
>what pitfalls are there to watch out for?
>All help and input appreciated.