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ChrisWalker -> Can't access Exchange server VIA domain name (27.Oct.2004 3:29:00 PM)

Very odd. All of our users can connect to their mailboxes internally, but the have to go to

http://192.168.1.25/exchange

However, trying to access email via our domain name (www.domain.com:1010/exchange) either internally or externally results in the following error message after a very long (half hour) wait.

quote:

* OK Microsoft Exchange 2000 IMAP4rev1 server version 6.0.6249.0 (FILESVR.digitaloriginalinc.com) ready.
GET BAD Protocol Error: "Unidentifiable command specified".
Accept: BAD Protocol Error: "Unidentifiable command specified".
Accept-Language: BAD Protocol Error: "Unidentifiable command specified".
Accept-Encoding: BAD Protocol Error: "Unidentifiable command specified".
User-Agent: BAD Protocol Error: "Unidentifiable command specified".
Host: BAD Protocol Error: "Unidentifiable command specified".
Connection: BAD Protocol Error: "Unidentifiable command specified".
* BAD Protocol Error: "Tag not found in command".
* BYE Microsoft Exchange 2000 IMAP4rev1 server version 6.0.6249.0 closing connection due to timeout.

I searched Microsoft's knowledge base for "unidentifiable command specified" and returned only one hit, an article referring to a different version of IMAP with a completely unrelated issue. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. We've been beating our heads against this for months.

BTW, we're using Exchange Server 2000 w/ service pack 4.

Thanks in advance.

[ October 27, 2004, 05:05 PM: Message edited by: Christopher Walker ]




beefbyproduct -> RE: Can't access Exchange server VIA domain name (27.Oct.2004 7:49:00 PM)

It works for me as:

//servername/exchange

(Mozilla browser)




ChrisWalker -> RE: Can't access Exchange server VIA domain name (27.Oct.2004 8:23:00 PM)

quote:
Originally posted by BeefByproduct:
It works for me as:

//servername/exchange

(Mozilla browser)

Thanks. I just tried that and it works. But we're trying to provide access to the accounts from outside the LAN via the web.




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