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Microsoft Exchanges Server 2003 & SBS 2003: Hi all you clever folks, I need some input with he following problem: I am running a SBS 2003 Standard with Exchange 2003 SP2 on my network. I have 2 branches with the same domain emails. Branch 1 is running the exchange and branch 2 connects directly via POP3 to our ISP for their email access. Now if joe@mycompany.co.za from branch 1 on exchange wants to send a email to jane@mycompany.co.za from branch 2 it fails to deliver. Exchange delivers a message that says: You do not have permision to relay this message, relay access denied. Now what I do know is that sending these emails on exchange with the same domain name it will get rejected if the host cannot be found(resolved) that is why I have added an external SMTP address under: Exchange > Servers > Protocols > SMTP > messages > forward all unresolved emails to the following email address. The difficult part comes now: We have a static adsl line, if I configure my server to access internet and email with the static IP addresses then all my emails get in and goes out, except for emails to the same domain. If I change the adsl access account to another (dynamic IP) but still using the static adsl line then the only emails that is able to be send is the emails on the same domain. I am totally frustrated and hav no anwser to this problem, If anyone ca help I would appreciate it, if you need more detail explanation please ask me. Thank you in advance

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  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2010

    No I am not it has been resolved. My ISP provided me with SMTP authentication for sending th emails over our static adsl line.

    Thank you

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