A. This seems like a simple enough task—all you need is a connector that parses the contents of a POP3 message, decides which Microsoft Exchange Server recipient it belongs to, and delivers it. However, connectors don't always accurately decide who is the intended recipient or deliver the message properly. In most cases, you'll find it's better to use SMTP for mail, using dequeueing if necessary (such as dequeue.exe). Microsoft makes a solution, too, for the version of Exchange that comes with Microsoft's Small Business Server. Check out the Microsoft Small Business Server Web site.