• From: "Morriz" <>
  • To: exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 04:32:17 -0700

Hi joe!
And thanks for all the effort to try to help me.

I can start with my router/firewall, that is an linux router software
called freesco( that i have set up because it was simple
to run and dont needed hardisk or cd-rom.I have configured to portforward
to my webbserver thats in on an DMZ and mailserver that is on the same
network. Both have private ip adress configured, my webserver works fine,
but not my e-mail server(exchange)  My internet connection is a user class
of service. I think that you may be right on that the provider are
blocking inbound on their network.But if this is the case, can i bypass
this problem some how without spending a lot of money? Or is it

Wen i do the local teleneting on my local ip 192.168.x.x on port 25 i get
this response: 220 (ISP Domain)  Microsoft ESMTP MAIL
Service, Version: 5.0.2195.2966 ready at
  Fri, 15 Nov 2002 00:25:07 +0100

Is this ok?

Sow where do you think the problem might be?

Hope you got some more info to go on...



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