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Can u map POP3 on port 110
  Posted by  Awab Alvi  on Saturday, January 10, 2004 at 6:38:05 AM (EST)
Lansuite Lovers -

my dilemma - i run a SMTP and POP server with Lansuite connected thru a dial-up, the servers check local ISP's mailboxes regularly - but when of my client computer tries to check his POP account with a differenet ISP thru his MS Outlook prog (settings are the usual pop3.ispname.com) it does not allow access - LS logs dont show any attempt either -

Being a novice LS User - my guesses are
1- that im running only an HTTP server maybe that the prob.
2- Maybe the outlook prog tries to use port 110 and LS server might be actually redirecting it to the LANSUITE POP server, and not the ISP server

Am i doing something wrong? can i simply map the ISP's POP request in some way?

A LANSUITE FAN FOREVER
  Posted by Andy Sharrem  on Saturday, January 10, 2004 at 2:54:11 PM (EST)
You can map to another ISP but you need to map a port other than 110 ( LS is using 110 unless you change that ).

Example...
[192.168.0.0] [255.255.0.0] to [All Interface] 8110 to pop3.isp.com 110

In your client you would set the mail account servers to...
[LS IP Address] 8110
ISP pop3 username
ISP pop3 password

Another more preferable alternative is to have LS check the pop3 account on your clients behalf and deliver the mail to the clients LS mailbox.
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