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i am having problem with our exchange 2000 server, we can send and receive emails outside but unfortunately the recipients cant receive our email...i've tried everything but still it doesn't works.. Any help is appreciated, many thanks in advance JAYSON
i have exchange server 2003 with clients using outlook 2k3... i can send emails to all domains including gmail, yahoo, and hotmail etc.. and also to other MS Server 2k3 domains...however i cant recieve any email from the public domains or the private MS 2k3 domains any ideas?
i need to know how much bytes of messages can be sent through email? i want the exact maximum capacity that one can able to sent? is it possible to attach one full movie with the email and can we sent that securely? is any software available for that to send messages of larger memory?