force outlook client to send to ISP

force outlook client to send to ISP

Post by Chris Card » Thu, 02 Oct 2003 03:09:15


How can an Outlook 2000 client be forced to send mail
through an ISP's smtp server, rather than the Exchange
server? We are having problems with blacklisting due to
our IP address, which is provided through a DSL carrier.
Also, the ISP will not relay for the exchange server :(

Thanks.
 
 
 

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