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POP3 Relay? - 10.Oct.2001 9:16:00 PM   


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Does any know if there's such thing as a POP3 relay server? I'm trying to avoid opening pop3 on my exchange server to the world. I know there's an SMTP relay (Trend's InterScan Viruswall), but I need some sort of pop3 relay server.
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RE: POP3 Relay? - 11.Oct.2001 9:28:00 AM   


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Try using omniquad mailWall, it can run on a seperate pc, or on your exch server, and it may do the job for you...it also has extra mail handling facilities (virus scanning etc)
I use it to retrieve mails from the ISP and deposit into exchange, and vice versa...


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RE: POP3 Relay? - 16.Oct.2001 5:01:00 PM   


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Hahah, omniwall sucks, so does any other type of gateway for exchange.

It's easy to setup your POP3 exchange to avoid relay, here are the steps :

Start exchange administrator,

Under your domain name, click "connections"

you will see on your right "Internet Mail service(servername)" - double click that

Click on Routing : make sure you have

1. Reroute incoming SMTP mail (required for POP3/IMAP4 support)

2. Add a inbound route that is your server.domain.com (same one as the mail server)

3. Click on "routing restrictions"

HERE IS THE stupid part..

You will see two top checkboxes. Click both of those, leave the rest, hit OK, and close out and reboot.

It's retarded, but it keeps from your server being an open relay.

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RE: POP3 Relay? - 5.Nov.2001 8:50:00 PM   
I've used "POP3 for Exchange Server" with no ill effects for 8 months. It seemed to work just fine, setup takes about 5 minutes, and it will go pull mail from a pop3 mailbox and dump it into Exchange for delivery.

I believe their website is www.exchangepop3.com

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