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SBS 2k3 Exchange initial setup - 12.Dec.2006 5:40:22 AM   
weerluis

 

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Hi

I'm new here and new to exchange, can anyone help me setup exchange 2k3, It is by default installed when you install SBS 2k3. How do I set it up further? I 've got a domain "domain.co.za" and the internal domain is corp.domain.co.za (not registered)- I did it like this for the vpn. The emails are something@domain.co.za. I want exchange to queue the mail for me and provide a centralized contact list and tasks/calledar. Could you please assist?

The pop connecter; is it where you add the external pop3 accounts? Will IIS and SMTP be installed by default?
Where can I set the internal email domain to be the external domain? it is now something@corp.domain.co.za i want it something@domain.co.za. Is it possible?

How do i setup my outlook accounts? do i use the servers ip as the pop3 and smtp servers or what?
And what username and password do you use? windows login?

Sorry for this but i'm use to mercury mail.

I would be very greatful if someone can help me!!!!
Thanx
Gerrit
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RE: SBS 2k3 Exchange initial setup - 12.Dec.2006 7:24:43 AM   
pjhutch

 

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1. POP3 connector is used to connect to your ISP's mail server to download mail.
2. IIS and SMTP is not installed by default. Use either Manage Your Server wizard to add additional components or Add/Remove Windows Components.
3. Accounts are created using Active Directory Users and Computers and the Exchange Management tools.
4. Use Recipient Policy to define email addresses in Exchange Manager.
5. Select Microsoft Exchange when setting up Outlook profiles for direct access to mailboxes (this is called MAPI).
6. Use the server's name to access mailboxes when using Outlook and Exchange.
7. Yes, use windows domain usernames and password for access.

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