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Windows Thread, Exchange 2010 in Technical; Originally Posted by EduTech what settings do you have set on the receive connector? James. Considering I've been staring at ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by EduTech View Post
    what settings do you have set on the receive connector?

    James.
    Considering I've been staring at this all day - I can't honestly say I can say that I've checked all of the settings against the upgrade paperwork - they are all as they should be. My external support has also checked all the settings. Currently trawling blogs/support sites/forums etc to find clues.

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    Guessing you can send email internally no problem, is the firewall rule setup correctly since the change? do you get any bouncebacks when you attempt to send email to the server from an external address?

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    Internal mail is OK. Firewall is off. Exchange Administrator gets non-delivery messages - external sender gets 4 delay messages then a failure message.

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    Can't remember what the delay messages say now, but is there any information on them?

    you said that you have managed to telnet, did you do that externally?

    On the receive connector make sure there are no IP Restrictions, and also on other think on the permissions tab have you selected Anonymous users and then does that work?

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    Very little information on the non-delivery messages unfortunately. Telnet was internal and external (though by the time I'd got home I couldn't remember the exact command for mailing but I got into the Exchange bit of the server. There are no IP restrictions and Anonymous is turned on.

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    Erm, lol! *think*

    https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/

    What does the Inbound / Outbound test tell you if you run it?

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    I don't have OWA set up yet as we didn't use it in 2003. But I think I've tried the tests that are in the Tools menu on the .local address. From memory, which is by now suspect as I seem to have tried every test I can find, I think the message was that no such server could be found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leco View Post
    I don't have OWA set up yet as we didn't use it in 2003. But I think I've tried the tests that are in the Tools menu on the .local address. From memory, which is by now suspect as I seem to have tried every test I can find, I think the message was that no such server could be found.
    Hmm, Interesting.. do you know what server it is looking for?

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    The one I specified in the .local address I assume - that's the machine that Exchange is running on as in servername.schoolname.local. I also tried owa.schoolname.local/owa as that's the namespace I set up, but that didn't work either.

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