How to set up exchange Server 2003 to send and receive emails.
Posted on 2008-06-17
I installed an exchange server in to my Windows Server 2003 with the default setting. I bought a Domain name from europeregistry.com. My domain is: technopc.eu and the windows server has Active directory using the internal domain as technopc.eu. Now I am also hosting my emails with europeregistry.com and they provide webmail service.I would actualy like to use my exchange2003 to send and receive emails and at the moment I cannot receive emails at all in to my exchange server. I notice that i can sent to some address but not all of the in some address i get smtp error delivery that says we cannot accept emails from dynamic ip.If i send an email into my my firstname.lastname@example.org obviously my emails are going in to the company server that is hosting my technopc.eu. 1)How can I redirect the emails from the server of the company that is hosting my emails(europeregistry.com) in to my exchange server?I am using ddns to get a static IP address my ISP doesn't provide one.My isp is tiscali.nl. I know that is possible receive and also send mails using ddns.Basically ddns can convert a dynamic ip into static one isn't?2) I would like to get a step by step on what need to be done to configure an exchange server 2003 to send and receive mails. What i need to do on the internal dns? I am new on exchange environment.
I would like to get easy and unexpensive solution as i am running a very small business.