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Hi I have problem with remote emails and outlook suddenly stopped working, the server is exchange 2007 SBS, internel emails still work fine without problem and webmail is working fine also, but emails on outlook will not connect, no settings have been changed.
What should I be looking for without messing up internal emails on outlook and webmail.
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Shaik M. Sajid earned 500 total points
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check event viewer for logs first,

then check the Firewall if any...
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Event log showed the ssl cert had ran out. Thank you for your response.
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