I am trying to setup sendmail for windows "IndigoMail" and I put in my Exchange server name and tried to run a test and it failed.
Well I went to test the SMTP server by telneting into it and it does not connect. My exchange server name is FS2 so I assume that is the SMTP server name, and I also tried FS2.MOMENTUM.COM which is the FQDM and still does not connect.
I am running server 2003 standard and Exchange 2003 standard.
If someone can point out what I am doing wrong I would be grateful.
If it for your Intranet site, why not just use one of your Exchange servers to send the e-mail messages? There are plenty of components available (depending on your platform) to allow e-mail to be sent
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