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Email from pop - 5.Aug.2005 4:33:00 PM   
Denillenium

 

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Hi to all,
i have a little problem. We have 2 accounts: one account exchange and one account pop3 from our internet company. When I log in OWA 2000, i only receive the email from our exchange server and not from our internet company. How can i do to receive theses emails?
Thanks
Denis
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RE: Email from pop - 6.Aug.2005 7:50:00 AM   
pjhutch

 

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Create a second Outlook profile and set that up to receive email from your internet provider.
Then set Outlook to prompt for profile to use when you run it.

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RE: Email from pop - 8.Aug.2005 8:07:00 AM   
Denillenium

 

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Well, it works when i'm with outlook but I cant do that with outlook web access 2000. I saw another post that says that i need a pop downloader. I'm not sure that its necessary.

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RE: Email from pop - 14.Sep.2005 12:14:33 PM   
jdflash2002

 

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OWA connects directly to your mailbox so will only show emails held in the mailbox on the exchange server.

as you mentioned a POP downloader is your solution if you must use OWA. A POP downloader does what it says on the tin, it will download emails from a POP server and forward them to your exchange mailbox. because the emails have been forwarded to your exchange mailbox they will now be accessible through OWA.

J


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RE: Email from pop - 16.Sep.2005 11:54:25 PM   
aleangelico

 

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Do you know about any "free" pop downloader?

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Alex

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RE: Email from pop - 30.Sep.2005 6:49:25 PM   
flapjack

 

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Download GFI Mail Essentials.  They have a free trial.  It's mainly a spam filtering program, but also does POP monitoring from the Exchange server itself. 

I no longer use it for spam filtering, but I keep it installed just for its POP checking abilities.  It runs as a service and works really well.  I configure mine to check every 5 minutes.

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RE: Email from pop - 2.Oct.2005 5:20:32 PM   
aleangelico

 

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Thanks, I'll try it. I also found one, the E.F.S. from Chimera. It works fine, the free version only accepts  1 account. It doesn't run as a service, you need the paid version for that.

Alex

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