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Exchange 2003 and POP accounts

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We have a system which is connected to Exchange however we also have a pop account configured on the same system in outlook however when we send from the pop account instead of the exchange account, it gets stuck in the outbox.
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check your SMTP server.
It might require authentication

From your outlook. Go to:
tools > email accounts
select pop account  > More settings

Click test account settings to verify if mails are going out.

Click on More settings
Outgoing server.

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You can test your SMTP Server by doing the telnet test
More details here.

http://www.amset.info/exchange/telnet-test.asp

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