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Hosting a Mail Server - 19.Nov.2010 3:33:48 AM   


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Good Morning,

We current use Small Business Server 2000, we setup the POP3 connector to collect from around 25-30 mailboxes. The problem is that every so often the POP3 connector fails and the user will be unable to obtain any external mail.
This causes big problems for us as the mail is untraceable, no errors are present and so the problem goes undetected until a client reports the issue. The frequency of this is too often for us to call our email system 'reliable'.

To over come this we basically restart the appropriate services, remove the mailbox from the connector, re-add it and then it'll work just fine.

I am now looking to host our own mail servers to cut out the POP3 connector function, however I'm unsure as to exactly what is required for this.

Any advice or  guidance would be greatfully appriciated.

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