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Im having isa server 2004 setup and if im using secure nat client i can able to send and receive mails, but when i change to webproxy client i cant able to send and receive mails.
all the clients inside our network are configured to get mails via pop3 configuration. there is no exchange server inside my network. And i puplished a mail server role to allow pop3 and smtp from internal to external netwok too.
Any help will be appreciated
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Contact your ISP, as very often there is not support for a specific type of account, especially if you are out of your service area. This type of problem is very dependent upon the ISP. Please post back if you need more help, otherwise thank you for using and rating FixYa!
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
SOURCE: I have an exchange server
Now when somebody reports that he or she is not getting any "outside"
emails, I go to Exchange System Manager -> Servers -> <server> ->Protocols ->
SMTP -> Default SMTP Virtual Server - > Current Sessions and I see a bunch of
.br, .it, .ar, OHIOIJHOJOJI, etc, user names with connected times 98353566,
43543543, 3453453 seconds, or in another words with endless connection times.
I understand, that once the exchange reaches the number of connections of
50, it stops accepting new connections, stops receiving emails and here is my
1. Why the "Terminate All" command doesn't remedy the problem with email flow?
As the second option, I try to restart SMTP service, but it freezes in a
stopping mode leaving me with only one option to restart entire server. (BTW,
I've also noticed that it feezes after I update IMF filter and I need to
restart the server)
2. what are those connections and how to protect Exchange from them?
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
easiest solution is to avoid their sync stuff all together, i've almost never gotten it to work correctly. what i generally do is set up the client station as a "stand-alone" and put the server address for the server name. that usually does the trick, only lick is that if the server goes down, your toast, the client goes down too.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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