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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    it works just telnet your box

    your server is fn-exchange.FN.local

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    PS http://www.fleming-network.co.uk/
    Nice test message, Zak!

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    Yes telnet works just tried it.

    @kearton i know, its the default with the apache webserver

    ok now we have tried telnet what now?

    Thanks

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    I think your MX record is wrong...

    C:\>nslookup
    Default Server: UnKnown
    Address: 192.168.1.1:53

    > set type=mx
    > fleming-network.co.uk
    Server: UnKnown
    Address: 192.168.1.1:53

    Non-authoritative answer:
    fleming-network.co.uk MX preference = 10, mail exchanger = www.fleming-network.co.uk

    fleming-network.co.uk nameserver = ns2.hosteurope.com
    fleming-network.co.uk nameserver = ns.hosteurope.com
    www.fleming-network.co.uk internet address = 88.212.171.197
    ns.hosteurope.com internet address = 212.67.202.2
    ns2.hosteurope.com internet address = 212.67.203.246


    Try changing the MX from www. to owa.

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    whats your dns set up?


    my A record is set up like this

    hostname=example.co.uk

    ip address points to my server

    mx record is

    mail.example.co.uk

    matk

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    Quote Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester
    PS: who ever can fix it for me can have a few beers :drinkers:
    It might be a bit hard to find in the UK...
    http://www.lion-nathan.com/Great-Bra...o-Draught.aspx

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    ha prefer lion red myself and canterbury cd

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    ick. Lion Red tastes like honey!
    But stop it... you're making me homesick

    EDIT: plus we've hijacked Zak's thread. Sorry, Zak!

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    so your a kiwi must be mad working here!

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    Quote Originally Posted by kearton
    I think your MX record is wrong...

    C:\>nslookup
    Default Server: UnKnown
    Address: 192.168.1.1:53

    > set type=mx
    > fleming-network.co.uk
    Server: UnKnown
    Address: 192.168.1.1:53

    Non-authoritative answer:
    fleming-network.co.uk MX preference = 10, mail exchanger = www.fleming-network.co.uk

    fleming-network.co.uk nameserver = ns2.hosteurope.com
    fleming-network.co.uk nameserver = ns.hosteurope.com
    www.fleming-network.co.uk internet address = 88.212.171.197
    ns.hosteurope.com internet address = 212.67.202.2
    ns2.hosteurope.com internet address = 212.67.203.246


    Try changing the MX from www. to owa.
    I can't use www. becuase my web server and mail server are no the same server if that makes sence?

    @ markcuk its the dyndns address

    hijack as much as you like lol!

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    Monteith's Black is good one

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    the MX record only relates to mail. At present it any mail is being referred to your web server, not the mail server. As you said, they're different servers. That's why you're not receiving any mail...

    Change the MX record....

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    calm down lol you can have your beer once its fixed

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    Re: Setup Exchange Server 2003

    that shouldn't matter. just change it to mail.fleming-network.co.uk

    you should be able to access OWA by going to www.fleming-network.co.uk/exchange but thats port 80 so you may have to change it!

    mark

    anyway good luck have to go out

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