unable to send , able to Receive

  • From: "Mohammed Mohammed Tantawi" <mmtantawi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 24 Dec 2004 13:13:27 +0300

 

 
 
dear All , 
 
i have here big Problem , my exchange server make something wrong , here
.
 
its receiving only, not sending . 
 
if you asking me how i know that ? i will inform you .
 
 
i create Contact & enable forward all of my Emails which come to my
account to this contact .( yahoo.com ) . now i am in my home , from
hotmail account , i sent already message to my account in ( My
domain.com ) , and of course i will be able to see it in yahoo acount
after while . 
 
but what i see is , i am unable completley to see this message on yahoo
. it means my exchange is not working or is not forwarding this messages
at all. 
 
 
please any advice for this Problem will be highly appriciated . 


Sarbjit Singh Gill <ssgill@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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        Cool !! 
        
        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: Andrew English [mailto:andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
        > Sent: Wednesday, December 22, 2004 12:34 PM
        > To: [ExchangeList]
        > Subject: [exchangelist] RE: New Exchange 2003 server in 
        > existing AD/DC environment
        > 
        > http://www.MSExchange.org/
        > 
        > Hi Steve, 
        > 
        > I forgot to add:
        > 
        > http://www.leathalproductions.com/images/vmexchange.gif
        > 
        > Have a nice day!
        > Andrew
        > 
        > 
        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: Steve Moffat [mailto:steve@xxxxxxxxxx]
        > Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 2004 1:20 PM
        > To: [ExchangeList]
        > Subject: [exchangelist] RE: New Exchange 2003 server in 
        > existing AD/DC environment
        > 
        > http://www.MSExchange.org/
        > 
        > Exchange is NOT supported on Virtual Machines, including
Microsoft's.
        > 
        > Steve 
        > 
        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: Andrew English [mailto:andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
        > Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 2004 11:27 AM
        > To: [ExchangeList]
        > Subject: [exchangelist] RE: New Exchange 2003 server in 
        > existing AD/DC environment
        > 
        > http://www.MSExchange.org/
        > 
        > Mohammed method is not the correct one. You can do it if you 
        > want but you will only be sorry down the road. There are two 
        > methods which work best and they are:
        > 
        > 1. depending on how many users are going to have, I think you 
        > said already 350 you can always have your client buy a 
        > monster machine, dual P4 XEON's 3.0Ghz 1Meg or higher, 4GB of 
        > RAM or more, and a very nice SCSI RAD system, not to mention 
        > your NIC. 
        > 
        > You would install Windows 2003 Standard or Enterprise (if 
        > standard doesn't manage your hardware needs) server first
then:
        > 
        > 1. install all the crucial windows updates 2. install VMware 
        > GSX Server (you could also use ESX Server with the above 
        > hardware) 3. setup a VM session for Win2k3 Standard with the 
        > settings you need make it AD (DC) 4. install all the crucial 
        > windows updates 5. run dcpromo and convert the server running 
        > in a VM session to AD (DC).
        > 
        > Create a new VM session for your Exchange and do the
following:
        > 
        > 1. install all the crucial windows updates 2. install VMware 
        > GSX Server (you could also use ESX Server with the above 
        > hardware) 3. setup a VM session for Win2k3 Standard with the 
        > settings you need make it EX 4. install all the crucial 
        > windows updates 5. join the server to the AD (DC) like you 
        > join your workstations.
        > 
        > Take the Exchange CD and pop it in the CDROM drive then on 
        > your AD (DC) run the following commands. 
        > 
        > 1. setup /forestprep
        > 2. setup /domainprep
        > 
        > On your EX VM session run Setup off the same CD and your 
        > done. The thing to remember is that you MUST run "update 
        > /forestprep" and "update /domainprep" on the AD (DC) with 
        > Exchange SP1 before installing it on your EX machine.
        > 
        > As for how much resources to give your AD and EX VM machines. 
        > For offices that are 5 to 10 users you can setup AD on 256MB 
        > RAM, and 4GB hard drive, EX on 512MB RAM, and 4GB hard drive.
        > 
        > 
        > The other method is to have two physical machines, one for AD 
        > the other for EX, it will probably cost you more in the end 
        > to buy two servers than it would to buy one monster server 
        > and run GSX or ESX from VMware on it.
        > 
        > Regards,
        > Andrew
        > 
        > 
        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: Mohammed Tantawi [mailto:mtantawi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
        > Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 2004 3:51 AM
        > To: [ExchangeList]
        > Subject: [exchangelist] RE: New Exchange 2003 server in 
        > existing AD/DC environment
        > 
        > http://www.MSExchange.org/
        > 
        > Dear Tim, 
        > 
        > The First thing you will do is join the server to the domain 
        > with the normal way . 
        > 
        > For example if you have your domain controller with this name 
        > ( DC1) , and you have already 20 users inside this domain , 
        > all what you have to do is :-
        > 
        > 1. Bring New PC and install on it Windows 2000 Advanced server
.
        > 2. Name this PC with this Name " mail".
        > 3.join this PC to the domain .
        > 4.log in to this PC with the Administrator Account ( 
        > Enterprise Administrator ).
        > 5. Put your exchange CD in the CD Drive , and run the 
        > following command ( setup/forestprep ).
        > 6. the same command but ( setup/domainprep ). 
        > 7. after that complete the setup Normal.
        > 8. then restart your server ( mail ) and then you will see 
        > your exchange is working on line ) .
        > 
        > 
        > Please test this is on the Testing Pc's only . and inform me 
        > 
        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: Tim Jordan [mailto:tim@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
        > Sent: 10 Ðæ ÇáÞÚÏÉ, 1425 01:52 Õ
        > To: [ExchangeList]
        > Subject: [exchangelist] RE: New Exchange 2003 server in 
        > existing AD/DC environment
        > 
        > http://www.MSExchange.org/
        > 
        > Most of your answers are at the Microsoft web site. The big 
        > thing is to backup because your going to be altering the AD 
        > schema when adding Exchange. So do a good work of reading 
        > first, because the order of setup is critical for you.
        > 
        > TJ 
        > 
        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: A. M. Salim [mailto:msalim@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
        > Sent: Monday, December 20, 2004 12:21 PM
        > To: [ExchangeList]
        > Subject: [exchangelist] New Exchange 2003 server in existing 
        > AD/DC environment
        > 
        > http://www.MSExchange.org/
        > 
        > Hi,
        > 
        > One of my customers has a current, active AD and DC already 
        > installed and running in their organization but they do not 
        > have an Exchange server.
        > Now they want to add an Exchange 2003 Standard server. They 
        > want the Exchange server to fit into the existing AD.
        > 
        > I am used to setting up a stand-alone Exchange server in a 
        > brand new environment where I also set up the AD and DC on 
        > the same server but not this scenario with an existing and 
        > operational AD. So what is the best way to install Exchange 
        > 2003 in this scenario? How do I enable the new Exchange 
        > server in the existing AD? Once it is in the AD, how do I 
        > mail-enable selected users so their email will be going 
        > through Exchange?
        > There will be about 350 users, is there a way to script this?
        > 
        > TIA!
        > 
        > Mike Salim
        > 
        > 
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