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By raj_ti ·
I installed B.O.4.5. in my internal office.My server is not connected to
internet.I have installed proxy,option pack,exchange with IMS,sql server,
site server,service pack 4 .I am using option pack SMTP server.Now what my
problem is when any userfrom other workstation sending the mail from
internet explorer through some scripting program to xyz@lexiconindia.com The
mail is coming in drop directory of mailroot. So when xyz user from other workstation trying to receive the mail from outlookexpress or microsoft outlook express he is not getting any mail.But when the same user sending the mail from outlook or
microsoft outlook express to xyz@lexiconindia.com that user from his
workstation is able to receive the mail.I mentioned domainname routing
web.lexiconindia.com in smtp properties.I configure exchange server for
internal mailing purpose & internet mail.Please send me proper step by step procedure to solve my problem .I am very happy if you help me to solve my problem.I also want to solve my p

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by eperez In reply to SMTP Mailing Solutions

Your problem lies in the server not in the client. Please remove the SMTP service you installed with the option pack.
If you have BO 4.5 why did you enabled the SMTP service in the option pack anyway?
Use Exchange Server 5.5 (included in BO 4.5) and the Internet mail connector. Configure all your users to use exchange server.
The BO 4.5 Assistant will even help you to setup the exchange service, both to send and receive mail from the outside.
If you need more help, contact me in the email above.

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by curlergirl In reply to SMTP Mailing Solutions

The SMTP mail server that is installed by the Option Pack conflicts with Exchange Server. You need to disable and, if possible, remove the Microsoft SMTP Service and let Exchange Server handle the processing of SMTP mail. Also, if you are not connected to the Internet, why do you have the IMS installed? You don't need this if you are not receiving Internet mail on this Exchange server. Hope this helps!

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