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Posted on 2010-09-03
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Hi when I try to telnet to my exchange server internally I ge the following error:

421 4.3.2  Service not available , closing transmission channel.

What does this mean?
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by:endital1097
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check the receive connectors on your exchange server
make sure that at least one has the ip address where you are connecting from listed in the remote ip ranges and the anonymous users is selected in the permissions group
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by:sunnyc7
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can you telnet from exchange server itself ?

telnet localhost 25 ?
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hmcnasty earned 0 total points
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Reboot fixed the problem.  I havn't seen it since.

Wes
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by:hmcnasty
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We rebooted the server and this fixed the problem
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