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Collecting messages from home - 11.Apr.2007 6:38:37 AM   
antoine

 

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    I work in a school with 2 exchange servers. Back end and front end. With the web site of the school it is possible to check my mail. I would like to download the mail on my outlook from home. How to configure my outlook.
back end - netstat -an tcp 0.0.0.0:25 listening.I can't see port 110.
do I need to open it on the firewall?
Thank you for your answer
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RE: Collecting messages from home - 11.Apr.2007 8:01:16 AM   
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How did you make that netstat comand work,  shouldnt it be netstat -a -n -p tcp.  Anyway, you shuold be able to check your school email via outlook if they have RPC over HTTP working correctly.
Also, if they have OWA installed you can do it that way.
lastly check to see if they have POP or IMAP availble then you could do it that way. They should be able to provide you with all the correct settings.

< Message edited by flowcom1 -- 11.Apr.2007 8:04:08 AM >


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