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I am trying to telnet my Exchange server with 110 port locally in domain. I am unable to connect to it. We're able to telnet port 25. Can anyone tell me how can I telnet to port 110 locally. Thanks!
I try to send mail outside from our exchagne server 2k7 through Telnet command. It is only for test purpose. whenever I can send mail from OWA, it is to be working fine but from telnet I find only sender has recognized but it didn't recognized outside username.
I'm having trouble getting email to authenticate correctly using Telnet. I can get email using Outlook, OWA, and Sync is working too for mobile phones. The company is going to integrate Unified Messaging using a NEC product. The NEC product needs to be able to login through telnet. When I telnet to...