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exchange 2003 ETRN/TURN as "client" - 7.Mar.2008 7:06:33 PM   
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I have an exchange 2003 box at a location which has lost internet access and I need to get my mail.
This was my solution.
I hooked up a kyocera KR1 router with a verizon wireless 3g modem to my network but i shortly discovered that hosting servers behind one of these connections is nearly impossible because the connection gets reset after a small amount of inbound traffic (SYN).
SO...
I setup an email server at another location (this server uses MDAEMON).
I have setup a "gateway" queue on my mdaemon server and pointed my MX record here.

I setup my connector in exchange similiar to this:
http://www.vladville.com/articles/atrnclient.asp

HOWEVER

I do not see the exchange server attempting to connect to my mdaemon box to request a dequeue.

MY QUESTIONS:
how can I manually kick the etrn/turn request.
how can I see the result in a log? where would this log be?
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