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using Lotus Notes with MS Poxy

I have a network composed with these components

1?/ Windows NT Server SP6 (PDC) where Domino & Notes are installed.
2?/ Windows NT Server SP6 (BDC) where MS Proxy is installed. This server is the efault gateaway.
3?/ TCP/IP as network Protocol.
4?/ Internet connection on the BDC.

The problem :
When Lotus start replicating mail using Proxy to connect th ISP the following error occures.: "The emote server is an unknown TCP/IP host" (This message is translated from french because).
I tryed to test the network with ping command:
 from the PDC to the BDC it's OK
 from the BDC to the ISP it's also OK
 from the PDC to the ISP it fails (request timed out).

I'm sorry for my english and thank you for help.
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narjes
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narjes
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HemanthaKumarCommented:
The problem should be with the Proxy !

Here is a lead that I hope it can help you in setting up connection to ISP.

http://support.microsoft.com/directory/article.asp?ID=KB;EN-US;Q164088

~Hemanth
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martijnmulderCommented:
do you have the port 1352 opened on your proxy? That is the port you should ping to test....
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SysExpertCommented:
Also, make sure port 1352 is open on your ISP's side.
They may be blocking it..

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ZvonkoSystems architectCommented:
narjes,
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