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Hallo, I'm not a very high level user, but I'm the best my company can have... hehehe!!
In these weeks we have problems with HDSL connection, so I asked to Our ISP to create a backup mailbox where to store all company e-mails.
Now I activated an ISDN connection, but it has a dynamic IP, so I can't use ETRN service, but POP3 Download service.
My problem is: I have ONE remote mailbox that contains ALL internal mailboxes.
How can I download all the e-mails from ONE mailbox and delivery them to the appropriate internal e-mail address?
I configured the POP3 Download service like this:
POP3 server:
POP3 username: pop_mycompanyname
Password: **********
Sorting and Delivery: Use Sorting Rules/Preferred header:Received (Drop duplicates=Yes)

Sort Address: pop_mycompanyname<_at_>
Delivery To: *<_at_>
(where "" is the local primary domain)

Then I configured the Scheduling for Send/receive e-mails each 10 minutes.
Is the configuration right?

ThakYou for Your replies.
La Gentile s.r.l.
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