Originally Posted by tsac
Not sure where you work but most companies would blow a gasket if they found out the employees are forwarding company email to a public POP email system.
Anyway you may be able to set up the outlook to send and receive email if they allow remote access ( usually no ) You may be getting rejections if your company blocks non domain originated email.
I think you are right about the rejections. As for forwarding emails through a pop. I'm not planning to do that. I can receive emails via setting up to connect to OWA, but cannot send.
On my bb, what I want to do is when I reply to an email, have it sent through a pop with a reply to of my work email (spoofing). I don't really deal with sensitive data and would not quote anything that would be considered sensitive.
Also, my boss and IT co-workers all have phones with Windows Mobile, so they don't have to jump through hoops to get their emails on their phones. I'm not really doing anything that they aren't already doing. And all email is unencrypted over public networks. It's not like it would be some huge security hole.