RE: enable IMAP from Web

I know the realistate is abit tight but I would use OWA since it is less
of a pain for setup and one less service and security vunerablity
running on your Exchange.
 
I might be mistaken but it sound like it might be a relay configuration
at the exchange server.  Could you send more specific errors.
 
XCON: SMTP Clients Receive Relaying Prohibited Error Message When
Authenticated Relay Is Enabled
 
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;295164

        -----Original Message-----
        From: Simon Weaver [mailto:Simon.Weaver@xxxxxxxx] 
        Sent: Saturday, June 21, 2003 9:18 AM
        To: [ISAserver.org Discussion List]
        Subject: [isalist] RE: enable IMAP from Web
        
        
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        Hi David
        Yes by default Windows Authentication was ticked and basic was
not (for clear reasons!!).
        I should point out what I am trying to do, in case I am doing
something wrong.....
         
        I am going out of the country for a week, and wanted to access
my Email on my IPAQ 3970. I tried to establish a VPN connection on my
IPAQ adn then use IMAP, but I keep getting a message that it has timed
out a response to the Server.
         
        I got IMAP working from the Internet, and can now see my Emails,
but it appears they are not being sent! 
        When I configured IMAP on outlook express from a PC dialed up to
the Internet, it complains about not being allowed to relay! So that
could well be the problem!
         
        I installed ISA FP1 and there is meant to be an option to
configure OWA from here - but can I find the option??
         
        NSLOOKUP also works fine :o)
        You mentioned about SSL - Any ideas or links on the best way to
set this up? I would be happy using OWA if need be! although the screen
would be a little limited in size!
         
        Simon Weaver
        Technical Consultant
        MCSE+Internet / MCSE Windows 2000
        Integrated Solutions Corp. Ltd
        http://www.iscl.net <http://www.iscl.net/>  

                -----Original Message-----
                From: David V. Dellanno [mailto:ddellanno@xxxxxxxxxx]
                Sent: 20 June 2003 21:47
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                Subject: [isalist] RE: enable IMAP from Web
                
                
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                Man, you beat me too it!  I was just going to say to
check your Exchange server.  
                 
                You do have the option in IMAPI4 service to change from
Basic Authentication to NTLM.  Right-mouse click Default IMAP4, click
Properties, then click Access tab, and click Authentication... button.
If basic authentication is fine, start thinking about using SSL for it.
                 
                On the ISA server do you have under Site and Content
Rules - SMTP Outbound rule?  It should have been created by your Mail
Secure Wizard to allow your exchange to send outbound messages.  Also,
verify that your Exchange can resolve external FQDN, (example - nslookup
www.isaserver.org <http://www.isaserver.org/> )

                        -----Original Message-----
                        From: Simon Weaver
[mailto:Simon.Weaver@xxxxxxxx] 
                        Sent: Friday, June 20, 2003 6:35 PM
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                        Subject: [isalist] RE: enable IMAP from Web
                        
                        
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                        Dave
                        Ok, I got IMAP working - I had to enable it in
Exchange 2k!
                        I can only seem to get it working on basic
authentication which is not good, but I done a test and it worked fine.
                         
                        The only problem I could see is that it would
not allow me to send out Emails - Does anyone know what SMTP address can
be used?
                         

                

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