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    Other then forwarding the emails, is there a way of connecting seperate Hotmail, Pop and/or IMAP account to exchange so it all comes up under one view.(The way Windows Live Mail displays your emails if you add multiple accounts) That way, when anyone logs into OWA, all of their emails (Hotmail, Pop, Imap, Exchange) show up under their own folders...


    Windows 2003 Enterprise SP2 (single server)
    Exchange 2003 Enterprise SP2

    Thanks
    Last edited by abrar; 1st December 2008, 07:30.

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    Re: Adding a Hotmail, Pop and IMAP account to Exchange

    Hey
    It can only be possible if you are using Outlook 2003 or higher. You need to download a tool called outlook connector and install it. Then it will allow you to use hotmail/passport/msn email id to the outlook profile. It won't work for yahoo or gmail.
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      Re: Adding a Hotmail, Pop and IMAP account to Exchange

      Originally posted by v-2nas View Post
      Hey
      It can only be possible if you are using Outlook 2003 or higher. You need to download a tool called outlook connector and install it. Then it will allow you to use hotmail/passport/msn email id to the outlook profile. It won't work for yahoo or gmail.
      The original question is referring to OWA.

      There is no way of getting any other accounts to show in OWA - it will only show the primary Exchange mailbox.

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      • #4
        Re: Adding a Hotmail, Pop and IMAP account to Exchange

        Yeah i said that same

        "It can only be possible if you are using Outlook 2003 or higher"
        Thanks & Regards
        v-2nas

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        • #5
          Re: Adding a Hotmail, Pop and IMAP account to Exchange

          Originally posted by v-2nas View Post
          It won't work for yahoo or gmail
          You can add IMAP and POP accounts to Outlook - Yahoo and Gmail will work perfectly fine.
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          • #6
            Re: Adding a Hotmail, Pop and IMAP account to Exchange

            Guys, the OP wants these to show up in OWA, not Outlook, so the Outlook connector, and anything having to do with the Outlook client, has nothing to do with his question.
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            • #7
              Re: Adding a Hotmail, Pop and IMAP account to Exchange

              Well.. just to throw it into the mix. For a small amount of users you could always have Outlook running on a few boxes somewhere, auto syncing, therefore all of the emails will show in OWA. They wouldn't be separated unless you also setup rules to move etc in Outlook maybe.
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