Please send me the MPS Report as Step 4 in my previous post.
MCSE2000 / MCDBA
Microsoft Partner Support Professional
From: Robert Li (CS&S)
Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2007 2:09 AM
To: ' XXXX@XXXXX.COM '
Subject: 39663769- Exchange Issues on SBS 2K3 Sp-1 (Mail Relaying Issues) -
problem with unruly client.-Microsoft has responded to your post in
microsoft.public.windows.server.sbs (Post created date: 19June)
I wanted to inform you that I have replied to your thread in
39611748:microsoft.public.windows.server.sbs titled: Exchange Issues on SBS
2K3 Sp-1 (Mail Relaying Issues).
Please reply directly to the thread if you have any other question or
concern. You may receive this email notification before you are able to
view my reply in the newsgroup. I also copy the content as following for
Thanks for posting in our newsgroup.
From your description, I know that you cannot send e-mails to certain
domain and get NDR. If I am off-base, please don't hesitate to let me know.
Please let me know the following to make the situation more clearly:
1. Do you forward emails to the ISP's email server (intersci.com)
2. Do all users have this issue sending e-mail to problematic domain?
Please take the following steps to narrow down this issue:
Step 1: Please run the CEICW to configure the network correctly:
1. Run the CEICW and configure the network settings.
2. Go through firewall option.
3. In the Internet E-mail tab, please click to "Enable Internet E-mail".
4. In the Email Delivery method page, please choose the correct email
delivery method. If you need to forward internet email to your ISP
Smarthost, please input the Smarthost address correctly
Note: If you choose to forward emails to the ISP's email server (smart
host), you need to type the FQDN of the ISP's email server. If your ISP
provides you the IP address of their email server, for example,
126.96.36.199, you should type the IP address as "[188.8.131.52]" (without the
quotation marks) on the connector's properties page.
5. Go through the remaining steps to complete the wizard.
825763 How to configure Internet access in Windows Small Business Server
Step 2: If you have Anti Virus or firewall software installed, please
temporally disable and try again.
Step 3: Please try to send mail to the problematic domain via telnet, can
you send out e-mail successfully?
1. On SBS server, in the command prompt, run the following command "telnet
intersci.com 25", and then try to use the telnet session to send an
mail from:<email address>
rcpt to:<internet email address>
<type several words>