I'm sure this is a pretty simple problem, however I'm new to this ......
I've set up MS Small Business Server & Exchange on a machine with 2
NIC's, one real IP address for the outside world & the other
192.168.0.x for inside the network. Using WinProxy to handle getting
the 192.168.0.x machines to the outside.
When setting up the client machines I add Microsoft Exchange in mail
properties (via Control Panel), enter server name and user NT login
name but when I ask the system to find the user it cannot, if I enter
the IP address (192.168.0.x) in the server name area the client machine
finds the server & user then immediately translates the server IP
address into a name.
When I start the client MS Outlook it cannot connect to the Exchange
server - [retry] option multiple times does not work so I am left with
the [Work Offline] option - which I tried figuring I would make a
connection from inside Outlook - no joy.
This has happened on multiple client side machines - using both Outlook
97 and Outlook 2000 - so I figure it has to be a server thing.
The only Protocol loaded is TCP/IP which should be more than cabable of
this shouldn't it?
Any and all ideas welcome.
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