server 2003 and  interscan messaging security suite

Posted on 2005-04-19
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Hi There

When i install imss i have to change the port number on my exch 2003 box to "6000" as imss will receive mail on 25 and forward to another exch port 6000.

Before i install this and when exchange is set to 25, all mail comes in fine, but when i change the port number in exchange and tell imss to forward mail to the port number it comes back to the user saying message relaying denied

what could this be?
Question by:hitechauto
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    Did you setup the virtual server to accept the relay under the access tab?

    Author Comment

    From who must it accept relay from itself?  IWSS is installed on the same box, so would i have to setup the virtual server to accept relay through it's IP ""
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    I know . . . seems wierd.

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