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Client has 2008smb with exchange 2007,they have kyocera mfps,the scan to email worked fine with 2000 server with exchange from the kyocera product it has stopped working on the exchange 2007 the mfp uses port 25 we have created a user account and email address on exchange 2007 for the kyocera but the exchange server still wont autheticate it can you help

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<p>Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 released on September 28, 2003. One of the new features in Exchange Server 2003 is enhanced disaster recovery which allows administrators to bring the server online more quickly. This is done by allowing the server to send and receive mail while the message stores are being recovered from backup. Now newly released version of Exchange server is Exchange 2010 after 2007 version. Exchange server 2010 officially released on 9th November 2009. But here I will discuss about Microsoft Exchange server 2003. In a workstation most of users are use Microsoft Exchange server as mail server.<br /> <p><span><span><b>Requirement of Exchange Server 2003:</b></span></span> <span> </span>Required OS for Exchange Server2003 is Microsoft Server 2oo3. There this Server should be a domain controller. For Exchange 2003 need some protocol like <br /> <p> <br /> <p><span><span><b><span> </span><span> </span></b></span></span>1&gt; asp.net<br /> <p><span> </span><span> </span>2&gt; SMTP<br /> <p><span> </span>3&gt;NMTP<br /> <p><span> </span><span> </span>4&gt;W.W.W<br /> <p> <br> <p>IIS should be install in server . In hardware system should have minimum 256MB of memory<br> <p><span><span><b>Installation of Exchange Server 2003: </b></SPAN></SPAN>There have three steps to install Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.<br> <p><span><span>1&gt;<span> </SPAN></SPAN></SPAN>Preparation of forest<br> <p><span><span>2&gt;<span> </SPAN></SPAN></SPAN>Preparation<span> </SPAN>of domain<br> <p><span><span>3&gt;<span> </SPAN></SPAN></SPAN>Installation<span> </SPAN>of Exchange Server<br> <p>To install Exchange Server you have to install the required protocol first. I have install the windows component such as IIS, ASP.NET, NNTP, W.W.W. from control panel with OS CD. Then I insert the Exchange Server Disk in CD rom drive and start the preparation of forest. I open the disk and run the forest prep from Exchange 2003 deployment tools. It will take several times to complete. After completing the forest prep I have run the Domain prep with the same procedure. The Domain prep will take also lots of time to complete. Then I have installed the exchange server by creating a new exchange organization. The total process also possible to complete from Run with command. The total job takes a huge time almost one hour or more. After installing Exchange Server I have configured it as per direction of the company. I have add users, groups, I create new administrative group. Following this process there I have done the whole job successfully. <br> <p><span></SPAN>

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Accessing emails on email server through HAMACHI VPN INSTALL HAMACHI ON BOTH...


accessing emails on email server through HAMACHI VPN

INSTALL HAMACHI ON BOTH THE SERVER AND THE REMOTE CLIENT . THEN JOIN THEM ON TO THE SAME NETWORK, FOR FURTHER NOTES ON HAMACHI HOWTO GO TO : HAMACHI HOW-TO

CONNECT THE TWO AND PING EACH OTHER BOTH WAYS, THEN TRY TO ACCESS THE FILE SHARES ON THE SERVER TO MAKE SURE THE CONNECTION IS REAL AND LIVE.

YOU SHOULD KNOW THE USER ID FOR THE EMAIL ADDRESS YOU ARE GOING TO DOWNLOAD AS WELL AS THE PASSWORD.....
CONFIGURE YOUR EMAIL CLIENT....

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IN THE INCOMING AND THE OUTGOING SERVERS OF THE EMAIL CLIENT YOU HAVE TO PUT THE NETWORK NAME THAT WAS GIVEN ON THE EMAIL SERVER TO THE HAMACHI CLIENT.

NEXT IS TO ADD THAT NAME AND THE HAMACHI IP ADDRESS IN THE HOSTS FILE SO THAT THE DNS IS RESOLVED CORRECTLY.....

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ONCE THAT IS DONE THE REST IS AS WE DO IT ON THE LOCAL AREA CONNECTION WALLAAAA!!!

WE HAVE THE EMAILS DOWNLOADING.......

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HOPE THIS WAS HELPFUL...


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Cannot send e-mail


Email Will Receive but Will Not Send b> According to the Radicati Group, a technology market research company, over 107 trillion emails were sent in 2010 -- that's roughly 294 billion emails a day. Moreover, the company estimates that there will be 3.8 billion email accounts by 2014. With so much activity, some users are sure to run into trouble when trying to send a message. If you are receiving emails but can't send them, it may be due to a number of issues, most of which you can quickly fix on your own.
SMTP Authentication b> Many email clients and providers require that your outgoing email messages are authenticated by an SMTP server prior to being sent. This authentication process adds an additional level of security and helps prevent junk mail from being sent out. If you have SMTP authentication disabled, however, your email will not be authenticated and will not be sent, even though you may still receive emails. To fix this issue, enable SMTP authentication by placing a checkmark next to the option in your email client or provider's Settings menu. b> Port 25 Blocking Port 25 is the port that is used to send email. Whenever you attempt to send an email, the email is routed through port 25 and the data is transmitted to remote email servers. If this port is blocked, you will be able to receive email but you will not be able to send it. Some Internet service providers block this port on their servers, so if you suspect that you are unable to send email because of port 25 blocking, contact your ISP and request that the port be unblocked. No Default Email Account b> If you do not have a default email account set up on your email client, and you haven't selected a specific account when composing the message, the client will not be able to deliver your email. A sent email must always be tied to an email account to protect other email users. To remedy this issue, specify a default account in the email client's Account Settings menu, or specify which account you want to send the email from when composing the message. b> Anti-Virus/Anti-Spam Scanner b> If you have an anti-virus or anti-spam scanner installed on your computer or as a plugin for your email client, it may be preventing your emails from being sent. This happens when the scanner times out while scanning an email for viruses or spam content, or when it detects what it believes to be a virus or spam while scanning the message. To remedy this issue, disable the anti-spam or anti-virus program, then send the message as normal.
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Simple as that NO EMAIL even spam??


how do you access your email? do you access it using email client such as outlook? if so, you can isolate the issue by logging in directly to your account via web mail. if that works, then you just have to reconfigure your email client with the servers that needs to be used. please let me know if that is the case. i can help you configure your email client as well. just provide me details..

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I can receive emails, but not send them. The error message says that my server does not recognize my email account. What can I do to be able to send emails since I am receiving them? John


Either your email service has changed their outgoing server or they are having issues. Contact your email provided to ensure you have the correct smtp server listed in your email program..

Jul 06, 2009 | PC Desktops

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I cant receive my emails


You can't receive emails? You need to give more information. Are you using a Web mail (i.e. Yahoo mail, Gmail) or are you using an e-mail client (i.e. Outlook 2003/2007; Outlook Express)?

Email clients uses two types of account, POP3 and IMAP.

If you are using an e-mail client like Outlook 2003, you need to change the incoming mail server. Please follow the steps below:

For Outlook 2003/2007:

1. Open your Outlook and then click on Tools.
2. Go to Accounts or Email Accounts.
3. Go to Mail tab and you will see the account that you have created (like pop.gmail.com or imap.gmail.com)
4. Double-click on pop or imap account and then go to Advanced tab.
5. You will see the Incoming Mail server.

By default, the incoming mail server is set to 110, you may change it to 995 and then select SSL. Then close and reopen your Outlook and click the Send/Receive button.

Now, if you're just using a Web e-mail like Gmail or Yahoo mail, you need to check your storage. There's a possibility that you reached the quota storage of your email that's why you are not receiving emails. You need to contact your email provider for this problem.

If you have a router on your network, you need to check the router settings and perform a Port Forwarding. You have to open the port 110 or 995 so that you could receive e-mails.

These are the things that you need to check and consider.

Have a great day!

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Hi My outlook (2003) on my laptop was set up for an exchange server and a few other emails. I took myself off the exchange server a few weeks ago as i didnt need it. I deleted the profile for the exh...


When you use Exchange , your data is on the Exchange server. You will have to setup Exchange again. Then create a new profile and drag and drop your emails, folders etc. from the Exchange profile to the new profile. Afterwards you can delete the Exchange profile.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
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hey bob..
I found this article.. with some solutions to try..
post back after you try a few (are just go ahead and try them all) and tell us how it went..

http://qna.live.com/ShowQuestion.aspx?qid=BEBA1B7EFCC042428AF6643EBE1195BE

good luck!!

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Old email address


Contact you IP (internet) provider, identify yourself, and ask them
for your email address, server password and server details to
set up your email client (program on your computer)

If they cannot retrieve your password, they can reset it
and allow you to get in that way. They will also assist you
in installing and configuring your email (client) program,
such as Outlook, Eudora ... etc.

My favorite email tools is Courier Mail, formerly known as Calypso mail, by Rose City Software. It is powerful and simple to use, and it is not as popular a target for hacks and viruses.

Last time I checked, Rose city was giving it away for free, as
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