the primary domain (domain1.local) I have recently added domain2.com as an SMTP address in default recipient policies (@domain2.com) and I can see this information propogating to the exchange user accounts, great One of my users needs to only send mail from domain2.com and I have set the exchange properties for this user to reflect this as the primary email address. This works fine as expected - mail sent from this account is [email protected]
, great Now here is the issue: I am using POP3 connector for this user to collect POP3 mail for an important account still needed ([email protected]
) and sending these mails to the users exchange box. This works perfectly fine as long as I DO NOT set the primary address to be anything different from [email protected]
My POP3 Mail connector takes mail from our web server, but doesn't deliver it to the exchange mailbox. This worked at first, but it stopped after a couple of weeks. (extra info:) We have Symantec Corporate edition with Mail security for Exchange server installed.I'd rerun the CEICW sounds like you may have adjusted the mailbox names and not rerun it after that.Also check your SMTP relay settings. You should allow relay from the internal and external IP addresses on the server and the localhost (127.0.0.1) address. Not allowing relaying from those addresses can prevent POP3 mail delivery. Chris Ard Small Business Server Enterprise Platforms Support This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
is sent out, the recipients can reply to the correct email address.) All of them have another smtp address in the format [email protected]
The POP3 connector is set to deliver incoming mail to each user's Exchange Mailbox. When mail is sent between either type of Domain Users from within the domain, all is well. When mail is downloaded with the POP3 connector from an outside sender to a user with a [email protected]
address, all is well. However, when mail is downloaded with the POP3 connector from an outside sender to a user with a [email protected]
address, the message is sent to the categorizer and is lost there. Here is the information from the Message Tracking Tool: SMTP: Message Submitted to Advanced Queuing SMTP: Started Message Submission
. I'm choosing for Exchange delivery and Bsmtp. I have to configuration choices. Deliver directly to my server and Email is held at my ISP until my server sends a signal. Both options are supported by my provider. Can somebody explain what to choose and why? Regards . ThomasHi Thomas: Not familiar with Bsmpt. Can you explan further what you are hoping to accomplish? Most SBS servers either use smtp mail, with a mx record at their isp that point mail to their servers/routers/firewalls static ip address, or they use pop3 mail, which required the use of the pop3 connector for Exchange. Most would prefer the first choice where available.Hi Anna, I have to choose between POP or Bsmtp. Both are supported with my provider. When i choose for BSmtp i can tell my provider to send the
in the following KB: 842293 Event 1070 is logged and e-mail messages are not delivered with the SBS http://support.microsoft.com/?id=842293 Note, It's no necessary that event 1070 is logged when such issues occur If not, please check if the mails in the following folders 1) \Program Files\Microsoft Small Business Server\Networking\POP3\Incoming Mail 2) \Program Files\Microsoft Small Business Server\Networking\POP3\Failed Mail 3) \InetPub\mailroot\Pickup Also, please check how many Exchange Recipient Policies there are? And inside each policy, how many SMTP address? What's the default SMTP address there? Please check AD user properties page -> Email Addresses tab, which the correct SMTP addresses are listed and they match the addresses in the To
be sent to a specific mailbox where it can be manually rerouted to the appropriate person. The default setting is to deliver undeliverable POP3 email to the Administrator account. To setting undeliverable POP3 email, please refer to the following steps: 1. Open Exchange System Manager -> connectors -> POP3 connector manager. 2. Right click POP3 connector manager, select properties. 3. Click Troubleshooting tab on POP3 connector manager pane. 4. You can select appropriate exchange mailbox on undeliverable POP3 mail. In the line, let us perform the following steps to further trouble shoot the issue: 1. Please try to Re-register the POP3 Connector event sink to see if it helps. To do this, click Start, click Run, type %programfiles%\microsoft windows small business
application event log!! This would appear to be important. More important than the SYSTEM event log showing the service starting. The only way to get an event ID 1002, is to set the troubleshooting to Maximum and click yes. (please note:- every time you alter the troubleshooting either up or down, you are advised the pop3 mail connector will be stopped and restarted if you click yes. I always click yes) This problem is fully reproducable on all my sites. Now I am sick of my application log full of pop3 events. I want troubleshooting set to minimum. And I want email.Hi David I have new SBS 2003 standard setup (new, not an upgrade nor migration) with a similar error - most of the time the POP connector works fine - but every day in the Server Report I see up to 9 instances of
sent to to this global group which has not had a routing rule setup gets bounced back to the sender immediately. I understood that any mail like this would be delivered to the mailbox selected under the troubleshooting tab for Undeliverable Mail. Any clues as to why this does not work? I have tried various accounts and groups but none appear to work. Each time I have changed settings I have restarted the POP3 connector service.Hi Ambrose, Thank you for posting in the SBS newsgroup. According to your description, I understand that the POP3 Connector does not deliver the undeliverable POP3 mail to the specific Exchange mailbox. If I have misunderstood the problem, please don't hesitate to let me know. To narrow down this issue, please answer and perform the following
Hi, I have SBS 2003. When I try to go into the POP3 email management, it flashes on the screen for a millisecond and then disappears. I can't get the window to stay on. DOes anyone know how this would happen? The emails seem to be running fine as i have had to set them 1. Rename the POP folder to POP.old in the following location: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Small Business Server\Networking 2. Using regedit, locate the "POP3 Connector" key in HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SmallBusinessServer\Network and export the "POP3 Connector" key to the desktop. Delete the "POP3 Connector" key and close the registry. 3. In Windows Explorer, show hidden and system files by going to "Tools", "
DNS MX records to your new mydomain.com server, dumped your external provider, ad set up all your remote users to use Outlook over HTTP. ChrisI may not have stated what I am trying to do correctly. I want to keep the outside mail server, it has users setup and mail flowing to/through it now. I would like the exchange server to use it as it's outgoing mail server and the users us the url of that server to recieve mail through their exchange mail box. I have several users that are remote users that are not part of the exchange network and they currently use the pop3 mail from the outside server and the domain "mydomain.com". I really do not care if the "city.mydomain.com" is infact used for in and out e-mail or not. Just as long as I can
I have about 5 users downloading mail [email protected]
, [email protected]
My email domain is mydomain.com. As my parent company has the same domain name, i had some problems sending mail to them as it was treating the mail as local and generating an internal NDR. I set up another SMTP connector and now i can send to [email protected]
ok. When i dial up to receive my pop mail, it routes the mail straight out again, without delivering it locally. Any suggestions? Its driving me mad!!!!!Hi Chris, Have you run the CEICW wizard? Are you using a global mailbox?Global mailbox. I had already run the ICW and set it up. I tried sunning SBS sp1 but it said that it would only run on SBS2000, very odd. I re service packed exchange and rebooted, that seemed to do it. Thanks for the help.
pop3 connector is working fine but emails do not arrive users. I set the diagnostic logging to maximum. checked if all necessary services where running. checked over telnet if all Exchange command verbs for the SMTP service are present. I sent a email from outside. I started imbdownl.exe so I could see that this mail arrived to the "Incoming Mail". when the mail was gone from here I checked this folders : "Failed Mail", "PickUp" and "BadMail". they were all empty. I checked the events that appear in event viewer but there was everything ok. I started the exchange system manager to take a look at the Message Tracking Center. there I found that the mail is returned as undeliverable. I took a look at my mailbox on the outside where I sent it from.
the issue is to set your schedule time according to your ISP's bandwidth. For example, you can set it to check the email once per hour. You could also do a test to see if you only retrieve some test mails from the POP3 mail server, does the issue still exist or not? Please also check if there are any antivirus software installed on SBS 2003, the spam filtering and scanning feature of these third part software may also impact the POP3 connector to retrieve emails. Hope the above information helpful, if you have any further concerns, please let me know. Charles Yang (MSFT) Microsoft CSS Online Newsgroup Support Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security ===================================================== When responding to posts, please "Reply to Group&
by using Administrative Tools -> Services management console. b) Find a client workstation in the same LAN as your SBS 2003 Server. c) Start Outlook Express. d) On the Tools menu, click Accounts. e) On the Mail tab, click Add, and then click Mail. f) Type display name, and click Next. g) Type e-mail address, and click Next. The e-mail address here is the SMTP address of your Exchange mailbox, for example, [email protected]
h) Now, you can select POP3 as incoming mail server. In both incoming and outgoing mail server boxes, you can type the NetBios name of your Exchange Server in LAN (for example: yourexchangeserver), or FQDN name of your Exchange Server (for example, yourexchangeserver.yourdomain.com) or the internal IP address of your Exchange Server. Then
Finished an in place upgrade from Windows 2000 to Windows 2003 SBS SP2 (Sp1 for SBS). When I go to open the POP3 connector, it flashes on the screen and disappears and will not open. What can I do to get this working?I suspect the POP3 Connector was not install properly. You may want to follow Crina's throubleshooting in this thread: POP3 Connector disappears http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.windows.server.sbs/browse_thread/thread/c67e7cd48d7ee231/c592d3df840c0d25?hl=en&lnk=st&q=POP3+connector%2C+it+flashes+on+the+screen+and+disappears#c592d3df840c0d25Thanks, found the problem. The Network key in the registry was completely missing. I imported a copy from another server and now it works.
39;'Outlook Express''''. If this is the first time you run the OE, a wizard will launch. Input the display name and click ''''Next''''. Input the second mail address [email protected]
and click ''''Next''''. Select POP3 and input the Exchange server address in the server information box (You can input a unavailable address in the POP3 server bar so that the Outlook Express will not get e-mails from the Exchange server and only send e-mails in the application. The e-mails to the second address will go to the users mailbox and can be read through Outlook). Click ''''Next''
may learn and benefit from your issue. ===================================================== This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.Hello Jerry, Thank you for your answer. I'm still not clear I understand this though. I am using a global mailbox to receive POP3 mail into. If I open POP3 Connection Manager, and go to the "Troubleshooting" tab, I can specify an Exchange mailbox for Undeliverable POP3 mail. Why doesn't the mail go into the specified box? - TIA, MarkHi Mark, Nice to hear from you again. First of all, are you sure that there do have some emails existing that should be put in the undelivered mailbox? If so, please perform the following check for troubleshooting the issue: 1. Check
then disappear. They aren't in badmail, or anywhere else that I can spot. Any suggestions as to how I can get this working? Adam PedderHi Adam, Thank you for posting to the SBS newsgroup. You mentioned that the undeliverable POP3 e-mails had been deleted. Please let me know how you know this. Are there any event errors? Please change to use another mailbox to store the undelivered POP3 e-mails, does this work? Are the messages in the \Program Files\Microsoft Windows Small Business Server\Networking\POP3\Incoming Mail folder? Failed mail folder? \Program Files\Exchsrvr\mailroot\vsi 1\Badmail folder? In addition, I recommend you to change the "Logging level" to "Maximum" in the Troubleshooting tab. Then, click "Retrieve Now"
Exchange and CEICW were set up to allow for extermal POP3 mail access. The POP3 protocol is runnining. When I run an external port scanner, these needed ports are not open. It is my understanding that the basic firewall configuration is now part of a GPO (Group Policy). How do I edit, or add to the needed group policy to get these ports opended up.The CEICW does not configure SBS for remote POP3 access. It does (if you ask it to) configure SBS to _collect_ email from ISP POP3 mailboxes and bring that email into Exchange. The Windows Firewall is irrelevant for discussions about SBS security, since it's not in use on an SBS server. I would strongly discourage the use of POP3 for providing remote access to Exchange mailboxes. There are far superior methods available (in
for me to view/retrieve the contents out of the system mailbox? Our client really needs those missing mails. Thanks in advance.The POP3 Connector is used to Download mail from an ISP's POP Server to the SBServer where it is then stored in the Exchange Mailboxes/Datastore. It does -not- configure the local POP3 Server. Locally you should simply configure Outlook to retrieve mail from the Exchange server using SMTP. What are you trying to achieve here ? Receive e'mail from Your ISP's using your POP Account or retrieve E'mail from your Exchange server remotely using POP3 ?We have the same issue as Long Nguyen--the POP3 Connector retrieves email from the ISP, but then it never goes to the respective Exchange mailboxes. Henry, are you saying there is an
I have several domains hosted with different suppliers. As far as sending mail is concerned I can just use the ISP's outgoing smtp server so that is no problem. However for mail received on the domains, 1 is capable of smtp incoming mail & the others are only set up for POP3 mailboxes. I could obviously just redirect mail from all the domains to a single one, or indeed reconfigure the smtp domain to pop3, but I rather like the idea of not being dependent on just one domain host! So my question is can SBS2k3 Exchange be set up to simultaneously use both smtp mail collection & the POP3 mail download tool?Yes.
Hi; I have 3 email accounts (mail I have to be able to send as). Incoming POP3 email wont show in my inbox until I select another folder. The Inbox folder only updates if the MAPI account gets email. Is there any way to have it update if I get just new POP3 email? ??? - thanks - dave [email protected]
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Hi, I wonder if anyone knows how to get round this. On two clients i want to add a pop3 mail account to there outlook accounts along with the existing exchange account. The pop3 account is on a different domain and its going to be used when the clients aren't in the office. I have tried adding the accounts but Outlook cant seem to find the pop or smtp servers. Would ISA have an effect on this as I have that running? Also ISA client is running on both and they are both memebers of the Internet Users Group. BillyBilly, What error are you getting? two to on
NDR email, I suggest you check the following steps to make sure the settings on POP3 connector is OK£º 1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange and then click System Manager. 2. Expand Connectors, right-click POP3 Connector Manager and click Properties. 3. On the Troubleshooting tab, Under Undeliverable POP3 e-mail, in the Exchange mailbox list, click the Exchange mailbox where you want underdeliverable POP3 mail sent. Meanwhile, When all mail has been retrieved from the remote POP3 Server (or the maximum number of messages has been downloaded for this POP3 session), the Microsoft Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) will pick up the mail that is in the Incoming Mail folder. The headers of the messages will be modified to indicate that the messages
using Outlook 2003 connected to Exchange Server. On the clients, Exchange works fine, however, some users wish to use a POP3 account in Outlook to bring down external mail. When the POP3 account is configured in Outlook 2003, Outlook cannot find the incoming POP3 server. However, the same account on the same machine using Outlook Express works fine. Another strange thing is that if you configure the POP3 account through Control Panel/Mail, and test the account settings, it connects and tests fine. As soon as Outlook is running, it cannot find the POP3 server again. I do not wish to use the POP3 connector; users would rather hit send and receive to check their POP3 accounts as they are use to. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Darryn.Using the POP connector on the server is
jan 1, I went live with a new exchange server. I checked my old pop3 mail boxes with the pop3 connection manager and diverted the mail to the correct exchange box. Until we decide to phase out those old email addresses. March 22, the old mail stopped being delivered to our exchange boxes. I called my IP of the pop3 boxes, no settings have changed. I setup outlook express to check one of the boxes from the sbs and it worked fine. Something has happened on my sbs That prevents that mail from being delivered. I don't have any Idea where to startedWhen you check with Outlook directly was all the mail up there, or just recent ie last 15 minutes, assuming the connector is checking every 15 minutes. Look into exchange Ques, "Messages Pending Submission".