From ORNIC USA:
PopRoute picks up emails from POP3 accounts and routes them to MS Exchange Server mailboxes. It will retrieve your emails automatically whenever you will dial-up your ISP for sending emails or generally whenever you will be online. You can also run PopRoute manually from command line. This is useful e.g. if you set the limit size for downloaded emails in Internet Mail Service Properties.
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