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i have one exchange server 2007 in my local network connected to internet.

what i want is to download all emails from specific email address like

this is catch all email address on domain.

then distribute all emails to local created mail boxes for my exchange server.

is this possible?


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Yes it is possible. I dont belive there is a POP3 connector in Exchange 2007 although i may be wrong. An option which I have used is to download EFS ( ) this is basically a POP3 connector for exchange. It can download emails from your catch all and forward them into exchange to distrubute according the *** Small install can be used for free for one domain.

Let me know if you have any issues/questions...


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Thanks for your reply, i download this and install. its works fine and download all messages from pop3 server but these messages are not shown in exchange server, as i also put exchange server name in SMTP server... i think exchanger is rejecting messages... – air Jun 25 '10 at 12:23
I would check to ensure in the SMTP connector/Hub Transport that you are allowing the exchange server to relay through its self! – JamesK Jun 25 '10 at 13:10

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