Unable to send mail using SMTP and administrative account

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  • vagant
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    #110113

    Greetings!

    I am able to download mail from Exchange 2003 servers using username: administrator and it’s password by using POP3 client (Outlook express) but when I try to reply server asks for password.
    I checked that I have configured My outgoing server requires authentication.

    POP3 and SMTP communcation is working for all other users (I tried with different accouts.).

    So I am able to recieve mail from server using mailbox Administrator but I am not able to reply to that e-mails.

    Any ideas?


    yuval14
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    #173458

    Re: Unable to send mail using SMTP and administrative account

    Do you use any antispam/antivirus utils on the server/client?
    btw.. Did you tried RPC over HTTP?


    vagant
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    #248953

    Re: Unable to send mail using SMTP and administrative account

    No, I am not using nothing that could interfer with SMTP/POP3. As I said. It works if I use another username and password of one of my users. And I tried this on multiple servers. On 4 Windows 2003 SBS and 1 Windows 2003 enterprise. I just can nott send e-mail.
    I checked the connection using ethereal and there is a stream and I am getting NTML authentication failed.

    Pop3 works. Today I got all reports from SBS servers.

    Thank you,
    Luka

    PS. I would not like to use RPC over HTTP (it works for other users) becouse I would like to use Outlook Express just to daily check reports from servers.

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