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Christensen Software Exchange 2003 Server Configuration Guide
Configuring a new Exchange 2003 server for internet email with POPcon for downloading the email from POP3 mailboxes isn't hard if you just do it step by step as shown in this configuration sample. In this guide we will step through a sample installation of Exchange 2003 for a company we will call "Mycompany". Mycompany consequentlyowns the internet domain name "mycompany.com". Actually it only takes these four steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. Adding your internet domain name to the recipient policies Configuring the SMTP server for inbound email Adding a SMTP Connector for outbound emails Configuring the email addresses of your users

And this is how to configure the Exchange Server to accept email for mycompany.com and work with POPcon:• First install the software from CD. You may have to go back to the "Add/remove Software" utility in the control panel to add NNTP support if you did not do so during initial setup of your windows installation. Then open the Exchange System Manager and configure the new Exchange installation.

Christensen Software Exchange 2003 Server Configuration Guide
1. Adding your internet domain nameto the recipient policies • Open the Exchange System-Manager. It should look like this:

One of the problems most often encountered when configuring an Exchange 2003 Server system is the fact that often the internet domain nane you want to receive email for ("mycompany.com") does not match your standard active directory domain name (i.e. "servername.mycompany.com"). The Exchange 2003 Servercomponent handling incomming emails - the SMTP server - does not accept emails for other domains than the ones entered in the “recipient policies”, even if you entered the correct email addresses ("user@mycompany.com") in the active directory. To make Exchange accept email for additional domains like your internet domain you need to add the domain names to the default recipient policy like this:

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• On the main tree panel of the exchange system manager expand the tree "Recipients" and then click on "Recipient Policies". The policies will be shown on the right panel. Normally only the "Default Policy" will be there:

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• Open the properties of the "Default Policy" by double-clicking it:

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• In the Default Policy Properties please choose the tab "E-Mail Addresses". There you will find a list of domains supported by your exchange server.Usually only your internal active directory server domain will be listed here:

Like you can see, after installing our Exchange Server from scratch only our AD domain "Christensen.local" was listed as accepted SMTP address. But emails from the internet will be comming in addressed to "@mycompany.com" and not Christensen.local!

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• Choose "New..." here to add another accepted inbound domain. Since emails on the internet are sent via the SMTP protocol we want to add an "SMTP Address":

• Now enter the domain name you want to receive email for. Please add a leading "@" to the domain name. This is what we entered to support emails addressed to @mycompany.com:

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• This is how the Default Policy Properties look like after entering the additional SMTP domain:

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• Enable the newly created entry with a check mark next to it:

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