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Unable to send and receive e-mail (pop3) through ISA 2006when using Public IP address in incoming/outgoing Server

Posted on 2009-07-12
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I have installed Isa 2006 as proxy server. I am unable to send and receive  pop3 e-mail from InternalNetwork when using Public IP Address in incoming/outgoing server of outlook 2007 but with same settings from outside working fine. one more thing when I install firewall client of ISA 2006 on client PC in Internal Network, working fine, only not working with proxy client.

Can anybody suggest me why not working with proxy clients.
Thanx in advance.
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1. It needs the Firewall Client Software to be installed unless your Access Rules are anonymous.
2. Outllook, by default,...is disabled from using the Firewall Client.
Go into the ISA MMC,...General...Firewall Client Settings...Application Settings Tab
Change it to read "outlook   disable=0"
 
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ok fine.......but just I want to know that how to access e-mail configured with public ip address from proxy client.
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Why do you think there is something else special that you have to do?
I told you the cause of the problem,...and how to correct it.
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