exchange 2003

what is the exact format i should type to use smtpdiag tool for win 2003

im thinking: smtpdiag sender to recipient

command: smtpdiag mike@dc10001.com mf004d4016@blueyonder.c.uk - but it doesnt work

why?
mikey250Asked:
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leegclystvaleCommented:
In fact you shouldn't need quotes, but you do need to be in the directory where smtpdiag is stored within the cmd prompt
ie c:\tools\exchangeTools> smtpdiag senderaddress recipient address (check where smtpdiag is
saved.
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leegclystvaleCommented:
You missed out an O in the blue yonder address ;o) Suspect that's not the issue though!
Syntax is smtpdiag "sender address" "recipient address". use the quote marks
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mikey250Author Commented:
no that not the issue, ive double-checked that & I also added the " " " " at the start and end of both sender and receiver addresses.
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mikey250Author Commented:
ive installed smtpdiag and let it install by default.  I was told before that I should just open up cmd and type the above, which still did not work.

I also double-clicked the tool, although it is not where you say and the dos screen just flashes on and off.

i did initially logon as administrator
create user: mike.dc10001.com, gave it temporarily admin privileges
logged off as administrator on server and tested new mike account which is ok
this has all been done after exchange was installed
I did install smtp on administrator account and tried to run same commands as above for mike account, but this did not work.
so l logged onto same server just to test, installed smtp and still nothing.
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tntmaxCommented:
It won't work if Exchange is not working, like in your other question.
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mikey250Author Commented:
hi tntmax, yeh your right.  just need to create those smtp's on the server via recipient policies once i understand about the smtp on my other questions.
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tntmaxCommented:
You need to know where you installed it to. Can you navigate to the folder and find it? If so, then you need to bring up a command prompt and CD to that directory. Then you can run smtpdiag. However, if it gives you errors, then that is not the same as it "not working"
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mikey250Author Commented:
just so you know ive asked for a Business account with NTL, who blueyonder also belong to.  between 10-15 days for install and will then have a static IP address.  so can test then.  once port 25 is open although blueyonder said it was.  but I do agree it obviously must be.
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mikey250Author Commented:
hi tntmax,

if you give me a few days i will come back to this question as ive now separated my exchange server and primary dc and currently in the process of reinstalling exchange on a separate server.  i do have though another thread out there regarding getting a static ip address from my provider which i have now.  i havent been able to log back onto this account for some time until today.
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