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Connecting to my ISP more often - 12.Jan.2004 12:38:00 AM   
Zoodiaq

 

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We've just installed SBS 2003 with the Exchange Server. Sending e-mail is no problem, really fast and all. I deliver mail directly with the DNS. But recieving mail for my ISP, is slow. Its only possible to check for mail every 15 min. Is that right ??. My last mailserver could be configured too connect every minutte.

Of course this could be solved, by having mails send directly to Exchange, and not to my ISP. But is that the only solution?

I hope somone can solve this problem.

Regards,

Zoodiaq
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RE: Connecting to my ISP more often - 12.Jan.2004 3:03:00 PM   
Ricky

 

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Good day,

No this is not the only way to solve this problem. In the properties of the connector you can set the time limit that exchange will use to check mail at the ISP. Is the ISP not pushing mail to you or have you got broad band so your IP keeps changing?

regards

RM

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RE: Connecting to my ISP more often - 12.Jan.2004 6:40:00 PM   
Zoodiaq

 

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My ISP is not pushing the mail too me. I have to log on, and ask if there is mail.

I have a broadband connection (ADSL) and my IP is static.

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RE: Connecting to my ISP more often - 28.Jan.2004 12:30:00 PM   
Ricky

 

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If your IP is static get your ISP to forward the mail to you. Why do you not register a DNS name and use DNS to get your mail delivered?

RM

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