A. Typically, when you log on to a Microsoft Exchange Server, you need just the Windows 2000 or Windows NT account and the associated password. However, when a POP3 client (like the one built into most Palm devices) wants to connect, the client has to use the mailbox name and the account name and domain. For example, my Exchange is in the remote automation domain (RA), and my account is paul. I log on using those credentials, but to get to my POP3 mailbox, I have to tack on the mailbox alias for my mailbox, which is paulr. On my Pilot, I specify RA\paul\paulr as the user name, and my NT account password as the password.