Re: Can not send mails

  • From: "PeterM" <petermags@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 09:30:59 +0100

suggest that you create then as users (local domain) then give then pop3 access 
rights to collect their mail. you would need a fixed IP address for this to 
work. Set-up ISA as suggested in earlier email
regards
Peter

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Sajan Jose 
  To: [ExchangeList] 
  Sent: Tuesday, October 15, 2002 7:54 AM
  Subject: [exchangelist] Re: Can not send mails


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  Hi

  I have only 15 users in my head office. This is why I am using SBS.
  I think my mail is little confusing. Let me explain again.

     We have our company Head office located at Riyadh, where I am using SBS 
2000. I have 15 users on it. let say my local Domain name is xyz.com
  So all users in my head office ( Riyadh ) has a default email address of 
username@xxxxxxxx  Our web server and Internet mail server are hosted at US.
  we have filed sales peoples all over the Middle east (like Dubai and Muscat 
). They will never come to our head office.  All the employees have POP3 
download from the Mail server ( US ). Our Internet mail server name is also 
xyz.com.   From my head office I can send mails to any address like yahoo.com. 
But I can not send mails to any of the filed sales peoples from my SBS server 
because their username is not exist in the SBS. 

  Is it possible for me to keep same Internet mail server name and Local domain 
name?.

  I am very new to Exchange 2000. Can some one help me..

  Regards

  Sajan Jose




  ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: PeterM 
    To: [ExchangeList] 
    Sent: Sunday, October 13, 2002 5:06 PM
    Subject: [exchangelist] Re: Can not send mails


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    presumably you're using SBS because you have a small number of users?? 
    the problem are the connections to your other domains (you say sites)- or 
are they peer to peer or stand-alone users? or SBS networks?
    Perhaps you have configured all these other users to be (local) domain 
members?
    perhaps you can get them to use pop3 to collect their mails? permit pop3 on 
your incoming side, after you install ISA and give the relevant users the 
permissions.
    regards
    Peter

    ----- Original Message ----- 
      From: Sajan Jose 
      To: [ExchangeList] 
      Sent: Friday, October 11, 2002 10:24 PM
      Subject: [exchangelist] Can not send mails


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      Hi List,

      We have our head office at Riyadh. Most of our staff are working at 
different sites. Our  corperate mail server is located at US. We all have POP3 
account for mail downloading.

          I am using Small Busines Server 2000 in Head office. I installed only 
Windows 2000 server and Exchange 2000 server. I am planning to use Mail 
Essential to down load the mails.  Our email address is like   
username@xxxxxxxxxxx .  In my Windows 2000 server also I am using the same 
company.com as the domain name.
      Now I can send mails to all internal users  and external address like 
Yahoo or Hotmail. But I can not send mails to peoples working in the sites. All 
the mails sends to users who are not local to company.com is returning.

      I would really appreciate any help

      Regards



      Sajan Jose


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