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Not able to send emails to external domains, email system is ms exchange what all shound we check ?

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The external domains must be blocked at the exchange server you can use web mail to send the mail

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You need to first check all connector related to Emails, if they are working properly. You can check receive connector by going into Server Configuration then Hub Transport and then you will see Receive Connectors are listed at right side below to server name. Just enable all receive connectors.
exchange-not-sending-receiving-emails-w3i35ygaym0a2mtgexp5w2fh-2-0.png You can check for send connector in Organization Configuration then Hub Transport and then at right side in Send Connectors Tab. exchange-not-sending-receiving-emails-w3i35ygaym0a2mtgexp5w2fh-2-2.png Enable all send connectors. Now check for services by going through Server Manager in start menu. In server manager window Click on Configuration then click on Services. You can check below displayed image of server manager for details.
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exchange-not-sending-receiving-emails-w3i35ygaym0a2mtgexp5w2fh-2-5.png If you are still getting send / receive error then defragment exchange database edb file.
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ok, this normally happens when the email receiver doesn't exist, however with my past experience with MS Outlook - it doesn't work unless it's set up correctly and specifically - and it's VERY difficult to do just right. I would suggest going with regular Hotmail and AOL accounts, they're free and there's no setup process apart from filling in the form to apply for the account.

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