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  • In-House Exchange Server with GoDaddy Domain

    Hello, we have an Exchange 2007 server in house that was hosting our email.  We have a web guy that setup our domain and site to be hosted through GoDaddy, and now we need to point the email back to our Exchange server.  I'm assuming this is just a matter of changing the MX records on GoDaddy to...

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  • MX record usage- what will happen if a MX record is missing on a DNS server??

    what will happen if a MX record is missing on a DNS server??

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:
  • DNS Alias

    I have a simple AD setup w/ 2003 running DHCP and DNS. I have another server on the same network that has a static IP address. The name of the server is meaningful to our IT people but not so much to our uses. I am trying to add an alias entry to DNS so users can navigate the shares using a simple...

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  • Cisco ASA 5505 Limit IP that can send mail to the Internal network

    We have a spam blocker that sits on the Internet and forwards clean mail to our Exchange server. The MX record points to this IP, but we are still getting a lot of spam that never passes through our spam blocker. I have confirmed that it is not an internal spambot. Question: How do I configure the...

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  • What do I need to do to send emails to External Email Addresses?

    Hi I am new in this field, so don't have enough knowledge about it. I have setup a domain in my office using Windows 2003. We have even setup POP3 and SMTP for emails within the domain. This is working fine. We are planning to use our Internal SharePoint website externally (on Internet). Now, we...

    RickyNarang5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 – Sending email to an external user

    Here is my problem. I have set up an exchange server (2003) to eventually take responsability for all domain email but at the moment it opperates in as a "go between" The previous people responsable had set up a "catch all" mailbox on one of their domains and also use a hosted exchange account for...

    Blindasabat5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003

    Hello Everyone, I am in dire need of some help. I have recently taken over an I.T position. I have been asked to implment Exchange. I am running Small Business Server 2003 with Exchange 2003 installed. At the moment our ISP controls our outgoing mail (smtp.dsl.pipex.com) and our domain provider...

    Yanayaya5 pointsBadges:
  • Trying to get my exchange server 2003 via ISP We are using SBS 2003 standard.

    My ISP (AT&T Yahoo) is dropping port 110 in favor of 995 with SSL. I am trying to get my exchange server do this with little luck. We are using SBS 2003 standard. Our mail is help at the ISP and direct to us via MX records.

    ITKE342,450 pointsBadges:
  • HOw to set mx record in exchange 2007

    Delivery has failed to these recipients or distribution lists: dgk Your message wasn't delivered because of security policies. Microsoft Exchange will not try to redeliver this message for you. Please provide the following diagnostic text to your system administrator. sales@powericaltd.com Your...

    Nileshsarote5 pointsBadges:
  • MX records to Exchange 2007

    how do i move mx records to new exchange 2007 server

    Cwilliams43065 pointsBadges:
  • Unable to receive email on Exchange Server

    I have setup Exchange server in my organization. I can send Receive mail on intranet. Can send mail to outside domains like yahoo, gmail etc. But unable receive mails from outside that is from internet. I have domain with godaddy and created a MX record pointing to my public ip of my exchange...

    ITKE342,450 pointsBadges:
  • can’t send email to external email accounts, we receive errors SMTP errors 550 #5.7.1.

    We just added an encryption router to our domain. We have change our MX record with the web hosting company. Now I can't send email to external email accounts, we receive errors SMTP errors 550 #5.7.1. Is there something else I need to do at my location or do I need to have my Big Brother company...

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  • Exchange 2003 I need to setup an additional (third) domain name for our client in Exchange for email purposes only. I setup the MX record to point to the mail server

    I need to setup an additional (third) domain name for our client in Exchange for email purposes only. I setup the MX record to point to the mail server. Then what is the best way to configure the exchange server for this new domain? Do I need to add a new SMTP connector?

    Juke5 pointsBadges:
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