Regarding Setting UP Exchange email using Google Apps

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by George, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. George

    George Guest

    Hi all
    Can i get some advice please.

    I have a SBS 2003 Standard Edition With 15 CALS. Currently our email are
    running on Godaddy.com , But i want to change it to exchange.

    I know in exchange u can get mail directly to the SBS server . But i dont
    want to do this for 2 reason. one because of Junk mail and Virus and secondly
    because after office hours our servers are switched off.

    So what i though was to create a Google Apps Standard edition and create one
    single mail box called mail and make it the default mail box for receiving
    all mail to my domain. Then download this mail to exchange mail box using
    pop3 connector into the global mailbox and from here exchange can route it to
    the appropriate mail box. But using pop3 connector it simply cant donwload
    the google apps mails. Can anybody help with this or knows or can suggest a
    different way for this . I know i can do the same with my godaddy account.
    But with Google Apps Email , you get good spam and antivirus protection

    Secondly i know the best way to send mail out is to use SMTP. but do i need
    a Static IP for that . My ISP use Dynamic IP. But i have created a account
    with dydndns and has create a dns name like KBC.dyndns.org . can i use this
    dns name to configure smtp.

    All help is appreicated
     
    George, Feb 7, 2009
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