in our office we set up an exchange server for internal emailing using microsoft outlook. everything is ok from there.
but when i bring my pc at home and wants to check my email from the exchange server at the office then the problem starts.
im connecting via dial-up in our NT 4 server. i can see the exchange server using search/find computer. the protocol im using is TCP/IP and NETBEUI for connection. i can even perform the check name under
Setting --> Control Panel ---> Mail Icon ---> Microsoft exchange server ---> properties.. with any error.
I can even log on to my Microsoft outlook with out any error. I can even see all the user which we created under in MS exchange under contacts.
meaning there is a connections between my pc and the exchange server... however.. when i perform the send and recieve .. i cant recieve any emails.
i tried testing it in the office.. first i use a dial-up connection.. still i cant receive .. when i connected to LAN.. i can receive.. what do you think is the problem?
The Laptop is a XP ? Because XP, when you are using DialUp, bring up the firewall facility and disable NetBIOS access on some interfaces.
The Outlook is configured to use a connection or is with "NoDetect"
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