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    SMTP config problems


    I'll begin by describing my network:

    - i have internal servers within a domain (some of them have IIS running on them)
    - one of the servers is an Exchange 2000 box
    - i have a linux firewall computer protecting the internal network from the Internet

    Here's my problem:

    I'm trying to configure SMTP in IIS (on a server other than the Exchange server) to be able to send outgoing mail using the Exchange server as the smarthost. I'm using CDONTS to generate the emails. I have no clue how to get it working.

    The messages seem to be getting stuck in the queue.

    Any help would be appreciated!
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    User Port 25 and give IP of Your Exchange server as smart host. Remember to put your IP in Square Brackets. []

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    Also remember to Disable Socket Pooling using Metaedit 2.2
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    just curious, what's socket pooling? I've tried putting Exchange IP in square brackets as the the smart host..but the messages stay in the queue. Am I forgetting something else?
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