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    My client has several hundred POP3 email addresses that they would like to import into SBS2008/Exchange. They would like all the internal users to be able to update the list as nessasary.

    My question is, what is the best way to handle this list? Public Folders, a Distribution Group or some other solution?

    Also, all internal users are running Outlook 2007 on the desktop.

    Thank you.

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    Re: POP3 Email Addresses

    Please explain better what you mean by "my client has several hundred POP3 email addresses " ! Addresses of clients, mailboxes downloaded by POP3? WHat do you want to import to where?

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    • #3
      Re: POP3 Email Addresses

      The company needs to send emails to 600-700 of their clients. The addresses are email addresses (i.e. [email protected] and [email protected]). These are not mailboxes, just email addresses.

      They add to the list of addresses quite often. So everyone, internal employees, need to access the list and update it. If I create distribution list in Outlook they have to make sure the changes to list get ot all the desktops in the office.

      Where could locate the list that the employees would have access to it and use it like a distribution list?


      • #4
        Re: POP3 Email Addresses

        Create multiple mail enabled contacts and add them to a distribution group
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