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exchange not receiving emails

Posted on 2008-06-15
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i have an sbs exchange server doing sending and receiving, i was originally able to send and receive email but now i can not receive. i tried replying to emails sent through the server and they do not go through.  My personal server that is sending to exchange is giving me the following error:

client does not have permission to submit mail to this server.

really weird since the day before i could send and i didnt change anything.

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by:Andrew Davis
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run the connect to internet wizard again, (its a long shot on this one but i always do it first as it amazes me how many times it fixes weird issues) then can you post the failure message that you get, or failing that can you create a test account and give us the email address (that way you can delete it once the fault is solved). The adress doesnt need to be checked by anyone.

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by:ktd85
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I would take a look on the Premissions Page of the virtual SMTP Server / SMTP Connector.

To trace the error you can issue the following commands on any windows command shell:
telnet <ip of your exchanges internal ip> 25
Should display EHLO or HELO ...
some lines will follow
type -> MAIL FROM: test@test.com
type -> RCPT TO: administrator@<your domain>.<tld>
type -> DATA
type -> test
type -> .
press enter

Please post the command sequence to make further error tracing possible.
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jfmclaughl earned 0 total points
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It turned out to be a security setting I checked off that I unchecked and worked. Thank you for your input and I apologize for the delay.
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