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I have setup a test account on exchange 2013. I am unable to connect to the server via imap (server unavailable) I am however able to connect via outlook anywhere, when I do connect the outlook client connects with a GUID returned. I can send mail but cannot receive mail, the received mail is visible in the server queue.
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1. Check if two IMAP services are running.
Microsoft Exchange IMAP4 service on CAS role and the Microsoft Exchange IMAP4 Backend service on Mailbox role.

2. Use EXRCA to test your IMAP settings and check if any errors.

Is this issue only for Exchange 2013 user or for all users?
You common name and autodiscover pointing to Exchange2010 or 2013?
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This is only for exchange 2013, I forgot to add that when I log in via OWA I can connect but no mail is inn the mailbox
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Can any one give me the proper receive connector configuration to receive internet mail on port 2525
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When I try to set the receive connector via powershell I get this error

The operation couldn't be performed because object 'Mail.DGDT.LOCAL\Default internal Receive connector mail' couldn't
be found on 'DCII.DGDT.LOCAL'.

DCII is a domaincontroller, obviously
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Hi,
Please follow these and check anything missing.
Please let me know if you have doubt.
http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2013/migration-deployment/migrating-small-organization-exchange-2010-exchange-2013-part1.html

Thanks
MAS
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MAS was very helpful
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