On Exchange server, telnet locahost 25 or telnet [local IP]
After the banner comes up, then type "ehlo mike.com"
copy the listing and paste to your reply message
Now, on a public network (Internet)
Telnet [your netowkr public IP] 25
copy and paste the listing to your reply message
Part 1 will tell us whether you have all your Exchange eSMTP verbs, if some
are missing, then an IIS remove/reinstall is not necessary and you can
simply use a tool called SMTPreinstall found on the Exchange CD support
tools to re-associate the IIS SMTP components with Exchange
If Part 1 does show the esmtp verbs and Part 2 doesn't, then a device on the
network node is preventing the verbs from passing though to or from the
Let me know the results before proceeding to drastic measures such as
Exchange Enterprise Messaging Connector Engineer
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