• I can send mail out but I can not receive e-mails windows 2003 sbs server with Exchange 2003

    Ive built a windows 2003 sbs server with Exchange 2003 that comes with the sbs software, I got the Isp to setup the mx and wwroot, My question is I can send mail out but I can not receive e-mails, the server is in our enviroment, Our ISP is only doing the hostinf for us?

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  • SBS exchange 2003

    I hope I'd be able to get this solved. I have exchange server 2003 set up on SBS 2003 premium edition, and just like the former. I'd want exchange to interface from my ISP hosting my email. The way exchange is configured goes thus: I have a local domain email address setup on the exchange for all...

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  • What effect will changing system date have on Exchange/Blackberry?

    We have Windows Small Business Server 2003 with Exchange and Blackberry installed. SAP Business One and SQL are working smoothly. Now we want to change the system date from the last three months back for some upload work with SQL(SAP). If I could change the date, would my server continue to work...

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  • We use SBS 2003 R2 and clients with either Win XP Pro or Vista Ultimate. Furthermore it has multiple PDAs with either Win Mobil

    We use SBS 2003 R2 and clients with either Win XP Pro or Vista Ultimate. Furthermore it has multiple PDAs (All HTC TyTn I of II) with either Win Mobile 5 or 6. The problem is that some users need to use multiple mail accounts on different domains. Eg user1@domain1.nl, user1@domain2.com The POP3...

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  • Exchange Server on Small Business Server 2003 Question

    I have a question regarding Exchange Server on SBS 2003. Right now we have a domain setup called accilentcapital.com... within that domain we have an A Record and MX record pointing at our exchange server. However, we are soon taking control of another domain (DOCP.CA) and we need that domain to...

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  • I have installed SBS 2003 and office/outlook 2007 on the workstations. How do you set up exchange to share calendars and addresses ONLY?

    I have installed SBS 2003 and office/outlook 2007 on the workstations. I don't want to alter the email/pop3 but I just need to share calendars and address books. How do you set up exchange to share calendars and addresses ONLY?

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  • Exchange and SBS 2003 I inadvertently changed all the user permissions and now no one has Owner rights.

    I inadvertently changed all the user permissions and now no one has Owner rights. How do I create an owner or change permissions, or delete this public calendar that's on the exchange that came with SBS2003?

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  • Changing provider Exchange 2003 and SBS 2003

    I am changing provider today and here is my scenario and concerns. My DNS is hosted outside our network (A record-IP 164) then I have a firewall set at 164 and SBS 2003 which has IP 184. For some reason I am concern about my emails when changing IP addresses. I obviously will change the DNS IP to...

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  • Kerberos Client Errors with Remote Login

    A friend has asked me if I could resolve a problem he has with his small office network. He has a server running Windows 2003 Small Business Server and two clients PC's using XP. He has a fax program on one of the clients that he used to route his information from the server from to the client as...

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  • sbs2003 ISA SERVER

    Hi i am using sbs2003 server and isa .one of my client want to restrict one website from his windows xp pc and isa client is install on client machine and in isa i have just 1 rule default rule ALOW RULE for all user but i want restrict one website from just 1 client machine but other user can use...

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  • Add exchange server to exsisting dc

    Hi I currently have a windows 2k3 server as a domain controller and I want to add a win 2k3 sbs server with exchange as a secondary domain controller. I know I can add the the SBS machine to the exsisting domain if its not a domain controller itself yet but I want to know how I can add it to the...

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  • Error ID 1023 from IMAP4SVC every couple minutes

    I keep getting errors in the logs every few minutes with the description "Error 0x80070003 occurred while rendering message 0001-000000003ab3 for download for user xxxxx@xxxx.xxx." I've only received this error for two different users. Restarting doesn't work, and in the very little resources I...

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  • SBS2003 Migration of Single Mailbox

    Hello, I currently have an SBS2k3 server running Exchange with 5 users/mailboxes. We bought a 2nd server and it is also running SBS2k3 and Exchange. We would like to move only one of the user's mailboxes to the new server. The new server will contain only this one user's mailbox. I am new to...

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  • Safest way to migrate the email away from pop3 and into Exchange 2003?

    I have a small business 2003 server that is currently using pop3 connectors to grab email every 15 minutes from an old email server in the same small network. I'd like to handle the email 100% on the 2003 server though, what would be the safest way to migrate the email away from pop3 and into...

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  • Win 2K3 SBS Exchange server with 3GB memory-During the day the virtual memory is stable but the following morning it has increased by up to 1.2GB

    I'm currently running a Win 2K3 SBS Exchange server with 3GB memory. Over the last few months I have received errors in the event viewer regard virtual memory fragmentation. The VM increases to about 6GB. I restart the Exchange services, this releases the memory used. About 700mb of physical memory...

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  • external ISP requirements

    We are running Exchange 2003 with SBS2003. Is it required to have seperate ISP accounts for each email address you have recieving external email? every staff member I have requeires external email communications, and from what I have been taught about Exchange you should be able to set it up so...

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  • SBS2003 R2

    I have removed the server from a school and brought it to my house I have on the login screen username and password and in the log into column it states the alasr.. assuming this is the domain, but I cannot choose this machine only? SBS2003 R2

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  • Moving Exchange 2007 to SBS2003

    We are going to inherit a Windows 2008 server with Exchange 2007 SP1 and need to move the exchange data to SBS2003. Also need to change domain name in the process. I believe it could be done by a brick level backup to pst files and then exmerge them into Exchange 2003. Has anyone ideas whether this...

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  • SBS 2003 Remote Workplace slow keystrokes & mouse clicks from XP remote clients

    About 5 weeks ago, access to our network from a remote XP client (the only ones I support) became agonizinly slow to the point of being useless. Initial logon is slow to the Workplace, connection to either the Server or any client machine (all XP Pro SP2) is very slow if not impossible and if the...

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  • Is there a way that we can share outlook folders (and the emails within them) without losing our POP set-up?

    This question was submitted on SearchExchange.com I have am small office running just 2-3 computers. I also have a server used specifically for file and application sharing (running SBS 2003 R2). I do not use the Exchange feature but instead download emails directly to the computers using Outlook...

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