POP3 host (server-name) not responding

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AS/400
POP3
We just loaded a 3rd party software product to the as/400 that requires us to enable POP3 on our exchange server for 2-way communications. I thought I was successful in doing so as our first attempt for 2-way worked however we continue to recieve the as/400 message 'Error: POP3 host (server-name) not responding'. The message ID is RA62210.

 Any ideas what i need to do to resolve this problem?

Thanks for your help.

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This does not appear to be a standard i5 message id. It may be coming from the 3rd party software. You should probably contact the vendor.

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  • TomLiotta
    Any ideas what i need to do to resolve this problem? From the information in your question, the only things you can do are (1) contact the vendor of the programming to get a description of what "message ID ... RA62210" means and a procedure to handle it, and (2) get your Exchange administrator to tell you what the problem is and probably to fix it. I don't see how anyone else can be much help. Tom
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  • Camcolt1
    I will contact the vendor. Thanks for your help.
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