Last post Jan 22, 2007 04:37 PM by email@example.com
Jan 01, 2007 09:22 AM|amir_m|LINK
first I'm sorry for my bad language.
I have a server with windows server 2003 sp1 OS, I have made a mail server using pop3 service on it. and in pop3 service make a new domain, and new mail boxes.
now I config my outlook express to send and recive mail with my mail server. no body can mail me and my mails goes to bulk folder of all mail servers. for example yahoo mail.
please help me.
Jan 01, 2007 04:25 PM|Caddre|LINK
The quick answer is Win2003 comes locked down with most services not installed including IIS6, now I am not saying you have not installed IIS6 just the parts that is needed to run SMTP Service because it is part of IIS since I have know IIS from version
4.0. I have found you the relevant link that will enable you to start correct configuration of SMTP Service and I also think you should post at the IIS forums because that service is part of IIS. Hope this helps.
Jan 01, 2007 04:41 PM|amir_m|LINK
I had have the SMTP server on IIS, And I have a virtual mail server on it.
And I can send Internal mails using this server but I have problem with other mail servers for example yahoo or msn. my mails sent to bulk folders and I can not receive any mail.
I have Installed the SMTP server on IIS, And I have a virtual mail server on it.
Jan 01, 2007 04:52 PM|Caddre|LINK
(Use Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) to set up intranet mail services that work in conjunction with IIS. SMTP is a TCP/IP protocol for sending messages from one computer to another on a network.)
The text above is from the IIS docs because that service by default is for use in a intranet, you have to spend time with the docs related to the service to use it for standard mail and the quick place to get such answer is IIS forums. Hope this helps.
Jan 18, 2007 04:54 AM|Itaka77|LINK
Jan 22, 2007 04:37 PMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
This isn't a hosting question. You need a decent book on Windows administration and a basic understanding of networking. There are a thousand possibilities for your problem, from routing and firewall issues to spam filters on destination services. None
of them are hosting related and none are ASP.NET related.