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Subject: Exchange 2003


Author:
Mail Boi
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Date Posted: 16:10:05 03/01/05 Tue

Hello all Jiwaka IT Pros',

I am faced with this problem of getting Exchange 2003 Server to load all our emails via a dial-up account (ISP Online SP). I have checked all options on the Exchange Server but could not find any options where I can put my dial-up configurations. Is there a way I can get around to solve this prob.?. Does anyone of you know a way out, or have a good background with Exchange 2003 Server?

Any idea, Pitz Siwi, Marsh and Speed?

Angzep.

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[> Subject: Re: Exchange 2003


Author:
angne
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Date Posted: 00:33:04 03/02/05 Wed

Not much idea with this. There may be a host of things that could trigger that but here is a couple of suggestions.

1. Check your SMTP Connector to Link to your Internet Domain from Exchange.
Default SMTP configuration in Exchange sometimes mucks up.
Go to this site on how to configure SMTP Connector
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;319426

2. I heard/read somewhere that Internet Mail Service, a functionality that is used to configure a dial-up connection that is dialed on a regular basis is not Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003 do not include this functionality.
You might wana check up on that as well.

Hope this is useful.

Angne
PS: Will send u an email on your yahoo one so keep watching that space. am a lil bc at the mo.


[> Subject: Re: Exchange 2003...coupla suggestions


Author:
angne
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Date Posted: 00:35:10 03/02/05 Wed

Not much idea with this. There may be a host of things that could trigger that but here is a couple of suggestions.

1. Check your SMTP Connector to Link to your Internet Domain from Exchange.
Default SMTP configuration in Exchange sometimes mucks up.
Go to this site on how to configure SMTP Connector
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;319426

2. I heard/read somewhere that Internet Mail Service, a functionality that is used to configure a dial-up connection that is dialed on a regular basis is not in cluded in Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003.
You might wana check up on that as well.

Hope this is useful.

Angne
PS: Will send u an email on your yahoo one so keep watching that space. am a lil bc at the mo.


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