Native POP3 Connector 2.4.5
POP3 Connector for Exchange Server 2000/2003 and SBS 2000/2003.
It is widely known that Microsoft Exchange Server 2000/2003 doesn't support receiving mail through POP3 protocol. However, the practice has shown that a lot of users find absence of this feature inconvenient.
All the existing solution offer users to use an utility agent receiving mail through the POP3 protocol and delivering it to the Exchange Server through the SMTP protocol. This is a versatile solution equally usable for most of SMTP-servers. However, there is a number of negative moments about this method.
Native POP3 Connector (NPC) is a useful program that offers standard solution for the problem with receiving mail through the POP3 protocol for Microsoft Exchange Server 2000/2003 and Small Business Server 2000/2003.
NPC is a solution "kindred" to Microsoft Exchange Server 2000/2003 - Connector. During the installation, administrator has an opportunity to install a new type into the Connectors Exchange System Manager group: Native POP3 Connector.
Upon installation, all administration procedures are performed in a way standard for Microsoft Exchange 2000/2003 - by editing properties of the Connector installed via Exchange System Manager.
Besides the others, NPC features the following advantages and capabilities: integration with Microsoft Exchange Server 2000/2003; support of a great number of mailboxes (each one may be multiuser catchall); multi-thread processing support; possibility to set flexible schedule of POP3-mailbox querying; integration into Active Directory; audit through Event Log and more.
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