So here's what I think I should do to give email access only to a segment of addresses of my inside network.
1) Create a network object for 62 machines that will represent my dhcp clients. I plan to use 192.168.0.65-192.168.0.126. So I will use address 192.168.0.64 with netmask 255.255.255.192. Then set DHCP server to service this address range.
2) Create an ACL which will Permit Any to use tcp port 110 (pop3) to get to the outside. Which leads me to question #1:
How do I permit the source "Any" to communicate with "Any Less Secure Networks" like the implicit rule that gets zapped once I create new ACL? Is "Any Less Secure Network" implied by the "Any" destination?
3) Create an ACL which will Deny my DHCP range to talk to the outside.
4) Create an ACL which will Permit Any to talk to Any Less Secure Network(essentially recreating the implicit Permit ACL that got zapped).
Do you think this will work?
Thanks for any input. I truly do appreciate it.