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Exchange Server - Mail remains in outbox

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I am using the evaluation edition of MS Exchange Server sersion 5.5. When I am trying to send mail using Outlook, Exchange Client, or the web the mail just remains in the outbox. I already asked a question like this in the catagory Outlook. But I think it hasn't anything to do with my client because I also tried Outlook Web Access and that is running on the server. Is it possible that it has something to do with my server settings? For Example the Information Store service or MTA. Maybe it is because I am using the evaluation edition (5.5 build 1960.5)? Can anyone tell what I am doing wrong? I am getting desperate!!!!
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This section contains troubleshooting information and tips for Microsoft Exchange Client and Schedule+.
Messages Remain in the Outbox
The following are reasons messages remain in the Outbox for more than a few seconds:
·      The message is incorrectly addressed.
·      The information service used to send this message is unavailable.
·      Microsoft Exchange Server is unavailable.
·      The user is working offline.

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You should press F5 or choose menu Tools/Check New Mail... to send the mails in Outbox every time you want to really send them after posting new mails to Outbox.
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