POP3 Question - Exchange question

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Luiz, May 25, 2006.

  1. Luiz

    Luiz Guest

    Hi,

    one question:
    - my ISP is resposible for host my emails, the MX record is in it. I only do
    POP3 to my mailboxes.
    I configure my domain as test.local, for example, and, in Exchange
    (Recipients Policy) I the valid email @test.com.
    Just to know the mechanism, when I send a email through Exchange like
    , who receive will reply that email and it will go to my ISP?
    Will not It get lost?

    Thanks.

    Luiz
     
    Luiz, May 25, 2006
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  2. The address that is in bold (default) is the addy it is sent as. So that is
    who it goes to on the other end when they hit reply to.


    So when you install SBS and say domain.local it ask's you what your real
    email addy domain is. SO internal mail may work with , when
    it goes out it is from

    The wizard also configures exchange to accept mail from realdomain.com.

    Pretty slick actually

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    Grey Lancaster SBS Rocks MVP], May 26, 2006
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  3. Luiz

    Luiz Guest

    Thank you, Grey.

    Regards.

    Luiz


     
    Luiz, May 26, 2006
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