Re: Facing Problems in Distribution

  • From: "lancy saldanha" <lancysaldanha@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 13 May 2002 10:34:43 +0000

check out if your account with the ISP that distributes mail is a catch all account. once u have a catch all account you will be able to receive mails addressed toanyuser@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.

use a exchange pop3 to download all your mails for excahnge and then the exchange distributes automatically within your organisation if a user account exists.

>From: Dinesh Varrier
>Reply-To: "[ExchangeList]"
>To: "[ExchangeList]"
>Subject: [exchangelist] Facing Problems in Distribution
>Date: Sat, 11 May 2002 03:43:49 -0700 (PDT)
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>Hi Guys,
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> Iam facing a problem in Exchange 2000 server... I had installed Exchange2000 server and configured the same , I have only one ISP account (pop3) and iam able to fetch and sending the mails. but the problem is i had configured a pop3 client and fetched mails from ISP then all mails which r fetched from ISP r moving to the pop3 client machine whoever opens first on client side... And if all clients r configured as imap then all mails r getting by everyone.
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>Now i want to configure my exchange like - all clients should be configured as pop3 client and all mails which r fetching from ISP should distribute to individual clients as per the Display Name assigned on To and Cc , i dont have internet domain , iwant to do this with my one ISP account and only one id. is it possible to do.. Pl. suggest
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>Thanks & Regards
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>Dinesh
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