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  • Exchange 2003 MAILBAG

    Hi guys,

    I have an exchange server 2003 setup to send and received emails locally , meaning within the domain.

    What i want is to allow my exchange server 2003 to receive emails from outside.

    What settings should i set to my linksys router wrt54g , or ports to open.

    Any softwares needed?

    I heard about MAILBAG...how does this work...how to configure it..

    Kindly mail me at [email protected] Thank you very much..


    your help is greatly appreciated..

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    Re: Exchange 2003 MAILBAG

    SMTP uses port 25 for mail transfer. You should require no additional software as the exchange server will download and send all the mail.

    You will require a MX record to be setup in DNS that will tell all other mail servers where you are. This will typically point to the external address of your router and you port forward to the internal address of your mail server.

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    • #3
      Re: Exchange 2003 MAILBAG

      As wullieb1 states you will only need a static IP address and an MX record, a sub record of your DNS records, to get your exchange online. Once you have the record & IP address inb place just run the "Connect to the Internet' wizard from within the Exchange System Manager under tools.

      You will also probably need to set up your user accounts for the FQDN email addresses ([email protected] idiot.com)

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