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Windows 95 Exchange client & Netscape

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I`ve been trying to configure Exchange client for work with win 95 and with netscape on the same computer.
(the network is Windows NT 3.51 though it should`nt make any diffrence)

While trying to configure the Internet mail and services via
Microsoft exchange I`ve encountered a problem.
some of the computers on the network have the service "Netscape Internet Transport" and some don`t.
For some resones I NEED !!! this service and I`m unable to
get the service as available for installation.

Iv`e tried different combinations of installing IE3.02 and Netscape 3.02 in different orders but no dice.

How do i install this service ????

Thank`s
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Question by:gidonl
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by:gidonl
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by:camgt
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you will have to install IE then go into exchange and install the internet mail "service" then it becomes fairly straight forward as to getting your internet email via exchange.
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by:gidonl
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No good .
I now how and which service to install but .
The specific service I`m reffering to :
"Intenet Netscape transport"
does not appear in some computers and does appear on
others although configuration are the same.

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by:smeebud
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I posted your question at Netscape's secure newsgroup.
Had an answer but ISP dropped me and the reply was lost. I reposted so should have something for you soon. If this question is still pending let me know please.
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by:smeebud
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Also go to http://xp10.dejanews.com/dnquery.xp
and enter Netscape Internet Transport to search all newsgroups.
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smeebud earned 150 total points
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Your original post was answered by Frank Tabor:

In Options Mail and News do you have the box selected for Use Internet Transport?  Then in Exchange, I forget where, Services I believe, you need to add Internet Transport Protocol.

Unless its been removed, 3.0 installed the protocol.  Watch the install of 3.0x carefully,a nd in the setup see if there is a box to select ITP for mail when installing.  Been a while, I can't remember.
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http://www.sousystems.com/faq/default.htm
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by:gidonl
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Okay the problem is half solved.

My mistake SOrry SORRY SORRY (dumb mistake).
The problem was in routing the SMTP gate 25 under my WINGATE software.
However the Internet Netscape Transport still fails to appear when installing Netscape over Microsoft exchange
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by:smeebud
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gidonl,
have you looked at
http://www.sousystems.com/faq/default.htm
It a gold mine
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