Connection, Connection, Connection?!

Connection, Connection, Connection?!

Post by Ste » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 10:35:17



Outlook 2000 can not see new Exchange 2000 server in a mixed mode (an
Exch5.5 is running), but mailx in telnet from client is working.

What is wrong?

Help is appreciated.

Ste

 
 
 

Connection, Connection, Connection?!

Post by Allan L » Tue, 08 Apr 2003 14:53:35


are you able to resolve your exchange servers address? if not, then either
use your win2k ad's dns server or add an entry in the local hosts file.

Cheers
Allan L.


Quote:> Outlook 2000 can not see new Exchange 2000 server in a mixed mode (an
> Exch5.5 is running), but mailx in telnet from client is working.

> What is wrong?

> Help is appreciated.

> Ste


 
 
 

Connection, Connection, Connection?!

Post by Stev » Wed, 09 Apr 2003 03:04:15


The address can be resovlved by pinging to server, but it still not
able to find the server from Outlook...

> are you able to resolve your exchange servers address? if not, then either
> use your win2k ad's dns server or add an entry in the local hosts file.

> Cheers
> Allan L.



> > Outlook 2000 can not see new Exchange 2000 server in a mixed mode (an
> > Exch5.5 is running), but mailx in telnet from client is working.

> > What is wrong?

> > Help is appreciated.

> > Ste

 
 
 

Connection, Connection, Connection?!

Post by Allan L » Wed, 09 Apr 2003 15:35:45


what is the exact error that you encounter. secondly, can you please
elaborate what exactly do you mean by saying that the outlook client "cannot
see" your exchange server.

Cheers
Allan L.


> The address can be resovlved by pinging to server, but it still not
> able to find the server from Outlook...




> > are you able to resolve your exchange servers address? if not, then
either
> > use your win2k ad's dns server or add an entry in the local hosts file.

> > Cheers
> > Allan L.



> > > Outlook 2000 can not see new Exchange 2000 server in a mixed mode (an
> > > Exch5.5 is running), but mailx in telnet from client is working.

> > > What is wrong?

> > > Help is appreciated.

> > > Ste