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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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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
qustions:
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?

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Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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