I have the following somewhat complicated problem:
PC-A is located in a remote office, and uses Remote Desktop to connect to ...
PC-B which is located on a local LAN, which has an Exchange Server.
PC-A has its own email address on its own domain (say firstname.lastname@example.org), at which address it wishes to RECEIVE emails.
PC-B will be used to SEND OUT emails using Outlook and the Exchange server, with the return address being email@example.com.
Consequently I need to set up a POP3 account on Outlook on PC-B which will enable both these operations to take place.
I am looking at the screen shown in the attached graphic, and need to know what gets entered in each field. Will this screen deal with the sending of emails from PC-B, such that their 'reply address' is firstname.lastname@example.org?
Fairly obviously the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) is the name of the Exchange server,
and the E-mail address is email@example.com
so I am stuck on the Logon Information
and the Incoming mail server (POP3) - because no incoming email is wanted from the Exchange server to PC-B!
I hope my explanation is fit-for-purpose!