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Server difficulties Thanks alot for your advice Ekse. It looks like we have a memory problem on the server. Its a microsoft exchange server on a windows XP platform. I have move some files off the server to another server so I hope this prevents it from crashing again !

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You can use memtest86+ to test the memory modules in your pc

http://www.memtest.org/#screen

and then if one or the other is faulty you can replace or remove them.

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Smtp port


Networks assign port numbers to different types of incoming and outgoing traffic.
One example of this is the port assigned to SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), which is used to package and transfer electronic mail, or email.
In most cases, SMTP is assigned to port 25 in the network's Exchange server.
If you want to find out which port your network uses to route SMTP traffic, you can check it by logging in to the Exchange server

Log in to the Exchange System Manager in your mail server.
Click "Servername."
Click "Protocols."
Click "SMTP."
Find the icon labeled "Default SMTP Virtual Server" and right-click on the icon.
Select "Properties."
Select the "General" tab and click the button marked "Advanced."
Read the value listed in the entry for Transmission Control Protocol (TCP).
This value is the SMTP port used by your network.


How to change SMTP port 25 to another port in Microsoft Exchange Server
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/274842

Apr 23, 2013 | PC Desktops

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I have Microsoft Outlook Web Access, running with VISTA and IE 7. I can't type in the body of emails. There is an 'x' in the body space. Can someone help me change settings so as to write in the body?


Try this Solution on your desktop PC:
1. In Outlook Web Access [OWA] , click on the "options" in the left Task Pane.

2. Under “E-mail Security” and Click Install or Upgrade the S/MIME Control. This will download a new add-on.

3. Click “RUN” when asked about the Microsoft Outlook Web Access S/MIME install and security warning.

4. Close and RESTART IE7

If the above trick still doesn't work then it more sounds like the Exchange server needs a patch
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=41275DEC-4C01-4C41-AA64-C9DBE5EA3F7E&displaylang=en
[path to the patch]
If you by chance happen to maintain the exchange server then install the above patch and restart exchange service

or check this site for reference:
http://smtp25.blogspot.com/2007/08/owa-vista-red-x-on-reply-mails.html

Good luck :)



May 06, 2009 | PC Desktops

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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.
Thanks, Joe

Mar 05, 2009 | PC Desktops

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I have a 2003 exchange server that was hit by a hacker. Now email will not work


My suggestion is to just format the disk (Backup your data!) and reinstall Windows Server 2003.
Or (I don't have much experience with Windown Server 2k3) Maybe you can restore it with system restore?

Nov 26, 2008 | Dell Inspiron 530s Desktop Computer...

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I want to use my hp g2 server to set up an internet radio station


Ah , I have been down this road myself :-) ...... I can give you a few words of advice......

  • As far as the server itsef , it really doesn't need anything spectaculer in regards to hardware & specs.....a box running XP with 512mb of RAM would suffice...so your server should be fine
  • Bandwith - you are going to need ALOT of it if you are streaming more then 64kb's....typically if you are playing any sort of music you stream at 128kb....so make sure you have a hefty data plan!
  • For the server itself , use the "Shoutcast" software for hosting the station....it is easy to use , has plenty of support and documentation....you can literally have a station up in 5 mins!
  • For broadcasting you can use the Winamp program with the "Shoutcast DSP" plugin...but if you are playing alot of music , want advertisments and like to DJ I would recommend something like "SAM 4"
Just a quick overview to get you started , all you really have to do is download the shoutcast server software , edit the config file - which includes the admin password , the port to broadcast on , the max number of listners you want etc..........

You then need to do some port forwarding, opening up the port on your router and sending the connections to your server....actually doing it is easy, but it varies by router model, you can use this site for a step by step, just select your router , and then select "Shoutcast" http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm

From there you launch the server program , and connect to the server with Winamp or SAM....and now your on the air!


SHoutcast documentation to setup DJ and server:
http://shoutcast.com/download


I have alot of exp. with this , you didnt really specify a specfic problem or question , so if you need anything else be sure to leave a comment here and I can help you even more!

Oct 02, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I am unable to get into my microsoft outlook express email. It says my password is not correct.


Go to OE/ Tools/ Options/ Send tab/ News sending format section: check
plaintext, not html

If its the password for the exchange server authentication, it has to be the same as your webmail account online!

Go to tool> email accounts > reenter the password under the server tab and the settings button against "my server requires authentication" on the same page.

Make sure the passwords you enter here is the same that you used to login to your webmail account with the same e-mail id!

save the settings and restarte outlook express..

Regards,
Ronald.

Aug 19, 2008 | PC Desktops

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