Exchange 2003 Status: 4.7.0 error

Posted on 2006-11-08
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Last Modified: 2008-01-09

I have a friend of mine that can't seem to send me email.  He is getting this error:

Action: delayed
Status: 4.7.0
Diagnostic-Code: SMTP; 403 4.7.0 TLS handshake failed.

He's the only one that I know of right now.

Have you seen this before?

Question by:hmcnasty
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redseatechnologies earned 2000 total points
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Hi hmcnasty,

That sounds like you have applied an SSL certificate on the SMTP server.

If you didn't want to do that, follow the below to remove it;

Open ESM, drill down to your server > protocols > SMTP > Properties of SMTP Server > Access > Click the certificate button > remove the certificate

Hope that helps,


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