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Internal vs. external emails - 1.Dec.2006 11:29:04 AM   
reazik

 

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Hi.

We just got MS Exchange 2003 Server, and we've finally worked out most of the email bugs.

The only issue now is that in order to write internal emails that go only through our local server (not the internet) we have to go to the "Accounts" tab and choose Microsoft Exchange Server every time. Is there a way to set the default on internal emails (and internal groups) to go through Exchange without globally changing the default?

If this isn't clear enough, let me know, and I'll try to clarify further. Thanks in advance!
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RE: Internal vs. external emails - 1.Dec.2006 11:41:04 AM   
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Not quite understand. What do you mean by writing internal mails?

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RE: Internal vs. external emails - 1.Dec.2006 12:02:11 PM   
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I mean sending emails to people within the company. We'd like to be able to send messages through our local server to each other, while still being able to send outside emails.

We used to use Microsoft Mail for this, but it's obsolete.

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RE: Internal vs. external emails - 1.Dec.2006 12:06:08 PM   
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>I mean sending emails to people within the company. We'd like to be able to send >messages through our local server to each other, while still being able to send >outside emails.

Exchange does this by default. What type of Outlook client are you using and what protocol mapi, pop, imap?

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RE: Internal vs. external emails - 1.Dec.2006 4:45:28 PM   
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Thank you for the response, and I apologize for the long delay in responding back. It's been a heck of a day here.

Anyway, we originally had it defaulted to Microsoft Exchange Server and were able to send and receive internally, but not externally. All emails going outside the office (via the internet) bounced.

I'm not sure what you mean by your other questions (Outlook client, etc.), as I'm kind of a newbie to server technology.

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RE: Internal vs. external emails - 1.Dec.2006 8:08:44 PM   
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What is the non deliverable message you receive when you send outside?

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