Yes. You can have a particular e-mail address setup to be an e-mail auto responder, an e-mail forwarder, and a POP3 account as well. Here is what will happen under these circumstances:
1. The sender of any incoming e-mail will automatically receive a predetermined message (the auto responder).
2. One copy of the e-mail message will be forwarded to the specified forwarding address (the forwarder).
3. Another copy of the same e-mail message will be delivered to the e-mail address (the POP3 account).