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Hi, In our organization we have exchange 2003 server and i have changed the authentication to Integrated Windows authentication but from that time we are not able to receive any mails.We are able to send mails to all .com ids but receiving is not happening.Could you please let me know how...
Hello all, We have connected our outlook using POP3 directly to our mail server hosted outside. We do have exchanger server in our office, how configure exchange 2003 to send and receive mail from mail service provider server and how to configure my server require authentication in my exchanger 2003
Rubster again the above seems to relate to not having a connection to server not sure what to do