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  • Question with receiving email Exchange 2013

    Hello I have a question with Exchange 2013.

    I am able to send email out to the outside world.
    Internal I can send and receive emails no problem.

    When I try to send from the outside world to my EX2k13 it never arrives.

    It is a test environment non production.

    In my receive connectors I have
    Client Frontend listen on port 587
    Client Proxy listen on port 465
    Default Frontend listen on port 25
    Default listen on port 2525
    Outbound Proxy Front end listen on port 717

    I wasn't sure what to do I tried to create a rule on my firewall to open port on 2525 to my server it didn't do anything.

    There is no anti spam.

    I put the logging on but it is a little different that 2010 so I'm not sure which log to look at to see where the error is.

    Anyone care to chime in I'm a little confused here.

    Thanks!

  • #2
    Re: Question with receiving email Exchange 2013

    Hi, have you tried this with your external IP address.
    http://mxtoolbox.com/diagnostic.aspx

    And also
    https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com/

    The exchange Exbpa might also be of use.
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    I do tend to think 'outside the box' so others may not always share the same views.

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    MCSA+Messaging, CCENT, ICND2 slowly getting around to.

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    • #3
      Re: Question with receiving email Exchange 2013

      test:

      IGNORE anything other than port 25 for now. That's what should be in use. I'm going to assume you have a normal NAT rule of port25 on the public interface to port 25 on the server.

      from OUTSIDE the network, telnet to port 25 on the relevant public iP Address.
      from the FIREWALL test telnet to port 25 on the internal IP Address.

      That should tell you if the comms are working properly.
      If you can't get from the firewall to the internal IP address, work out what you've done wrong there.
      If you can't get from the public address to the server, make sure you can get from the firewall to the server first, then work out what else is wrong.

      obviously, also make suer you have correct MX records.
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