It also sounds like you have tried to define these as Global Mailboxes (or
Global User Accounts), rather than individual user accounts.
If you simply create two user accounts, and map them both to the user "joe",
you should not have to modify the AD properties of the user "joe" in order
to receive the e-mail through the connector.
Hope this helps.
Microsoft Small Business Server Product Team
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> Bud is right, you need to add all the addresses to the user's entry in AD
> Users and Computers.
> You should be able to easily set up one user with as many pop accounts as
> you wish. I have several users with 4 and 5 addresses.
> > I believe you would also need to create an email alias under the 'joe'
> > > I setup the POP3 connector today and tried to specify *one* user to
> > receive
> > > mail from *multiple* POP3 accounts.
> > > POP3 accounts can be associated with *any* SBS user.
> > > Right?
> > > EXAMPLE:
> > > I have two POP3 accounts called SALES and ORDERS.
> > > I do not have nor do I want a SBS user called SALES or ORDERS.
> > > So I tell the POP3 connector that this mail belongs to JOE.
> > > But for some reason the mail is never delivered to JOE.
> > > He got tired of waiting....so I created to fictitious users called
> > and
> > > ORDERS.
> > > Then I logged in to the PC as each user, setup the Outlook profile and
> > > granted JOE permission to access the mailbox.
> > > Of course I had to do the same thing on the SBS server...just
> > > place.
> > > That works...but there are way TOO MANY STEPS involved not to mention
> > having
> > > to create users and setup the Outlook profile to grant permissions.
> > > Anyone get it to work without all the hassle?
> > > TIA,
> > > Frank