If that is not acceptable, you could still set up an Outlook/Exchange profile, but you should also add the old .PST file to the profile and configure it as the default location for email delivery. You would then add the POP3 provider's account information to the profile so that Microsoft Outlook does the downloading rather than Exchange Server. This solution is a bit more convoluted than the first one, but it may still meet your user's needs.
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