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  • Exchange 2003 is receiving emails but unable to send any

    Exchange can receive emails but unable to send any ... I made sure that everything looks good in receive policy .. just wanna know what are the things I need to check for ??
    Thank you

  • #2
    Re: Exchnage 2003 is receiveing emails but unable to send any

    Hello,

    Have you made sure of your routing group connectors are configured proparly to send to your outgoing SMTP relay...

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    • #3
      Re: Exchnage 2003 is receiveing emails but unable to send any

      Can you give us some background information as well.
      Has it ever worked, has anything changed, do you currently have internet access, what error do you get, can you see anything in the queues, can you telnet out from the exchange box to another smtp server etc?
      cheers
      Andy

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      • #4
        Re: Exchnage 2003 is receiveing emails but unable to send any

        Not sure what do you mean by SMTP relay ? honestly I didn't come across anything called SMTP relay.

        is this something I need to configure and where can I located.

        My MS EX 2003 Network

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        <---------> [ Router ] --------- [ Exchange] ------ [PC1] [PC2] [PC3]

        DSL with DyDNS Static IP address

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        I got email going to EX so I don't think there is problem with my DyDNS setup.

        Please advice

        Thank you

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        • #5
          Re: Exchange 2003 is receiving emails but unable to send any

          RGCs have nothing to do with outbound email.
          What you need is an SMTP connector, configured to use a smart host. The smart host will be your ISPs SMTP Server.

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