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Hi,
In below website you have all the set up and configuration steps for exchange server 2003
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124186(EXCHG.65).aspx
Thank You

Posted on Sep 29, 2010

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I get this message on my computer that says 'Your Microsoft Exchange Server is Unavailable." How do I make it available?


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to remove the exchange section in outlook you need to go to the "Configuration Panel" then click on "Mail" in there you will have a profile called "Outlook" click on "Email acounts" and remove the item that says "Exchange" then click "Add " tick the box "Manually selct settings" select POP3 and add the details for your email as per their instructions

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Exchange not sending/receiving emails


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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.
Now check for send / receive.
exchange-not-sending-receiving-emails-w3i35ygaym0a2mtgexp5w2fh-2-5.png If you are still getting send / receive error then defragment exchange database edb file.
You can defragment edb file using Exchange Management Shell by executing this command:ESEUTIL /d "c:\edbfilename.edb" you can see its in displayed image. Now check for send / receive mails.
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Open up the Server Management Console, then expand the Exchange Server Settings (usually named "Your Organisation - Exchange").
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This then brings up the properties for the Mailbox Store.
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Go into Active Directory Users and Computers
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Hello there!
First things First!
1) you always going to have problems with exchange servers, or migrations. ** systems are not perfects**
2) You can migrate the emails to the new server, but, if only are in the correct version of Exchange 2003.
3) if backup is damage or fail, you lost everything.
4) try to reinstall the Server, and all utilites, is better, I know takes more time, but is better because you created yourself.
I suggest you to install from scratch!
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U mail is noted friend.. U all files and foeld is xchange the new Windows Server 2003, than no problem..

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