• Exchange Serv 2k can send but can’t receive

    Hi I am having an exchange server 2000 running on windows 2k server terminal, and I followed the steps in the article in: http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF002.html to set up the server to send and receive external emails and it is sending but not receiving. I get this message when I try to...

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  • Set default email account to POP3 not server using SBS2003

    my client computers are using Outlook 2003. I need all mail to be sent to my outside email hosting company. I also need to keep my internal exchange to keep running. When users log on, outlook sets to server as the default account. How can I make the POP3 the default account?

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  • display name in the “from” field in exchange 2003 to users outside the organization

    i have some user in my organization that his name is "yosi" and this is the name that appear to people outside the organization that get the mail from "yosi" ' yosi ask me how can he change his display name to something like "yosi toledano org" in the "from" field' so i try to change the name in...

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  • Microsoft: Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT)

    Hi, I want to migrate a couple of users, computers and groups from an Windows NT 4.0 Domain to Active Directory (Windows 2003 NATIVE MODE Domain). The migration is not for the entire NT Domain, is only a group of users and computers from this one. I had used ADMT on a single forest to reorganize...

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  • how DNS works

    hello everybody, can you tell me ,how DNS works? i know the theorotical aspects that it is a large database distributed on a no. of servers etc. but i don't know how practically it is implemented,what softwares are used to implement it and how can i access it ,if i have it implemented.i have heard...

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  • Exchange 5.5

    I have to move Exchange 5.5 from a NT 4.0 server to a 2003 enterprise server. Can anyone give me a good idea of the best way to move this. Should I use backup exec or copy pst. The old server is Small Business Server and it is old. Anybody thought would be greatly appreciated. John

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  • WALLDATA RUMBA File Transfer Function

    After upgrading from NT to XP or Win2000, the File Transfer function no longer works. Arpeggio is fine but the File Transfer application error is:[Wall Data][Rumba Data Access]No data source specified; dialog prohibited. SQLDriverConnect.... Maybe there are registry entries missing?...

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  • OS/400 descriptions of files in Library QUSRSYS.

    Hi There, Does anyone have descriptions of the files and their contained information for the files in Library QUSRSYS. In particular I am looking for where the "Go Backup" and "Go Cleanup" configurations are stored but explanations of the other files in this library will also be extremly usefull...

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  • Moving DNS outside

    We are moving DNS services outside and I would like to learn more about how to set this up. We currently have AD Integrated DNS server, Primary DNS server, and Secondary DNS servers set up in our AD domain. We have 2 Domain Controllers, one on Windows 2003 w/Exchange 2003 w/GC, and one Windows 2000...

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  • Event viewer err Msg.

    Good day, 1.In our organisation, we are using windows2000 smallbusiness server with EXCHANGE , ISA server and DNS configured. but all the client pc's are given static ip address instead of dynamic ip. will this create any problem ? daily i'm receiving many application error logs.particularly 2 type...

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