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prolem with Windows 2003 smtp server
problem with win 2003 smtp server

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Msg#: 3474 posted 4:08 am on Jun 22, 2006 (gmt 0)

The problem is recently i have changed my site to a new server with windows 2003 +IIS6.0 and virtual smtp server enabled.
Before that my site was running under win2000 server in sharded server.
the problem is with my asp appilcation which generates the mail for the customer order by means of CDO sends the mail .but most of the mails are not delivered and they are reside in queue folder after a while its moved to badmail folder.at the same time mails to mail ids like yahoo, hotmail reaches properly.Also i couldnt send the text formatted mail.Is there any smtp server config is need to correct this issue.?
Also can anyone tell me the proper SMTP Configuration for a web server running under windows 2003.thanx in advance.



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Msg#: 3474 posted 12:34 pm on Jun 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

its most likely your SMTP Server configuration as opposed to your asp.net scripts. Re-install the smtp server properly and test again.



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Msg#: 3474 posted 4:02 am on Jun 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

i'm sory..can u tell me how to enable smtp server..coz now i'm using windows 2003 + IIS 6.0. It is have any software to install smtp? actually i'm not really know about this...

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