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 +======Remote Access to VPOP3 without a permanent Internet connection======
  
 +If you do not have a permanent connection to the Internet, then the user will need to dial directly into the VPOP3 computer or another computer on the network. This only works reliably if the dial-inserver is running Windows NT, Windows 2000 or later versions.
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 +===Dial-in server using Windows NT (Workstation or Server)===
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 +You need to install the ''​Remote Access Server''​ network service and configure this to allow incoming TCP/IP connections.
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 +If the Remote Access Server is running on the VPOP3 computer itself, then you only need to allow inward access to the VPOP3 computer itself, otherwise you will need to allow inward access to the whole network.
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 +===Dial-in server using Windows 2000 (Professional,​ Server, Advanced Server) or later===
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 +You need to install the dial-in server portion of Windows 2000. Do this by going to ''​Settings - Network and Dial-up connections - Make New Connection''​. Then choose ''​Accept Incoming Connections''​ and set it up appropriately.
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 +If the ''​Remote Access Server''​ is running on the VPOP3 computer itself, then you only need to allow inward access to the VPOP3 computer itself, otherwise you need to allow access to the whole network. You set this on the ''​Networking''​ tab in the ''​Internet Protocol Properties''​.
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