Getting emails from exchange into a 3rd party email client

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Ray Stewart, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. Ray Stewart

    Ray Stewart Guest

    Hi group. I have been directed here today by a helpful microsoft employee.

    I have looked down the old posts some way but I haven't seen this problem
    raised... so here goes.

    I have recently bought a new server and installed sbs2003 premium. Most
    things work after some jiggling.

    However, I have been using a paperless office application called TCM4000 for
    3 years now. All emails, phone calls, documents, faxes etc are kept in
    client folders. I want to know if I can configure TCM to look into my
    exchange mailbox and extract the emails from it. I know TCM will log into
    all the pop3 accounts I have directly, but when I am away on business, or
    off sick, or even a holiday, I would rather have exchange downloading the
    email every 15 minutes to stop the webserver pop3 boxes being filled up with
    uncollected mail.

    It must be possible to do as I know Lotus Notes gets emails from exchange,
    or have these big players tied up this part of the market to make us use
    notes or outlook for email.

    I am sorry it is a long post nut any insight into this will be very
    gratefully received.

    Ray Stewart
     
    Ray Stewart, Jun 14, 2004
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  2. It would be best to contact the software vendor that created TCM4000 and ask
    them. Chances are that if they support Notes, then they probably support
    Exchange as well.

    Buddy
     
    Buddy Greenshield, Jun 14, 2004
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  3. Oh, I mis read your post about Notes and Exchange, still, the software
    vendor would be the right people to ask.

    Buddy
     
    Buddy Greenshield, Jun 14, 2004
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  4. Ray Stewart

    Andrew H Guest

    If TCM4000 can read POP3 folders, Exchange can act as a POP3 server - just
    enable it.
     
    Andrew H, Jun 15, 2004
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  5. Ray Stewart

    Ray Stewart Guest

    Thanks Andrew for your response

    Any chance you could tell me how to enable exchange as a pop3 server please
    ?

    Kind Regards

    Ray Stewart
     
    Ray Stewart, Jun 16, 2004
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