My company have an email address info@... which we currently have forwarded to a hotmail account and we work out of hotmail. We'd like to step it up a gear and be able to share the email account in Mircosoft Outlook (not Hotmail) across 2 different shops across London so both shops have access to the email address in Outlook. We would ideally like to know when an email has been replied to or deleted .etc. across both shops. We have a website, and web server with our hosting.
I work in a two-person office that uses Comcast as their ISP. All of a sudden neither of us can't access our email via Outlook 2007 using hostmonster's servers. I was also unable to ping their IP Address from the command prompt though I could ping any other web site I tried successfully. Comcast says they are not blocking it. When I went home where I use Comcast I was able to access my email. I removed Webroot's security software which did not work. Windows Firewall is now being used.
Can I receive an answer to how can I remove the default smtp.cwjamaica.com from my Windows Outlook Account. This is a pop-up server that I wish to disconnect so I can use other facilities. This is the default server and it is no longer relevant to my location our current
I use MS Outlook (Office 2007) to manage my e-mails. This works fine on my own wi-fi at home. However, when I am in Portugal and I connect to wi-fi in a coffee shop for example, and I load up Outlook, then I receive my e-mails fine, but I cannot send an e-mail.
I'm an intern in an elementary school. We have here two administration computers in which I and all the teachers have access to. One of the teachers has told me that she cannot access her email (Microsoft Office Outlook 2003) from one of the computers.
Someone tricked me by sending false email and gained control of my email address. I tried to log on and change my password but I cannot. How can I regain control. I am not experienced with computers. I would also like to learn more about computer basics to start.
My company have just set up a new subsidiary. I have had a request from my Managing Director asking if it is possible for us to share calendars with the other company so if he wants to make a meeting appointment he can check if Joe Bloggs from the subsidiary is free.There is domain A (parent company) and domain B (subsidiary)Both us and the subsidiary are currently running Microsoft Exchange 2007 on windows SBS 2008 server with mainly windows 7 clients with Outlook 2007-2010?Is it possible to share calendars between the 2 domains?
Region : Argentina Model : TL-MR3220 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : ISP :
Region : Sweden Model : TL-MR3420 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : 3.12.21 Build 120523 Rel.37880n ISP : www.ownit.se
I recently got a new email provider with a webmail. But I can not access the email from my home network. I have tried both my computers so I suspect that it can have something to do with my router. I have also set up the new email account in Outlook and in other networks it works fine, also the webaccess works fine in other networks. It seems that the problem is only related to my home network.i have talked to my ISP provider and they say that all is opened in there network. i have tried to clone the MAC address and that did not solve my problem. I also read the one could change the MTU size from default 1500 to 1440, that did not work either.
How can I view a websites files/folders without an account? I'm not trying to 'hack' anything or obtain any data which isnt mine, Theres a website with drivers on it but I dont want to download each 1 indivudually, I would just like to view the folder via filezilla then and queue them all for download.
I have a question about NAT behavior on FWSM 4.0. The problem is email server (Company A) cannot connect to email gateway (Company B) on the outside network and it randomly happen. I got this error from server guy "Detail: xlate has blocked the connection between A’s mail gateway and B’s mail gateway". It work fine again after clear xlate on firewall. [code]
1. How FWSM create xlate table like that? I mean it look like NAT0 for 126.96.36.199 but it doesn't has any nat rule for 188.8.131.52 on firewall.
2. What does it mean "connections 24" at the first of line? In the normal time, I only see the connections is 0 like the second line of xlate
3. After clear xlate global 184.108.40.206, the first line of xlate table is gone then email server can connect each other. Does is a bug on FWSM? or This is a normal NAT behavior of FWSM.
Since Monday, when I have tried to access my emails in Outlook, a box pops up saying Enter Network Password The box is already prepopulated, with Server: pop3.live.com User name: my email address and a password that shows up as a bunch of stars.
Clicking on "ok" or "cancel" just causes the box to pop up again. (I can still access my emails on Hotmail, BTW, and all internet is working fine). I access the web through Qwest/Century link and MSN.
I am hesitant to delete the password 'cause who knows what it is?? It is NOT my Windows Live/Live Mesh password, as it has one too many stars. But the box came up prepopulated so I assume at some point this was the correct password.
In the past when this happened, you could call Qwest/Century Link and they would walk me through (as best as I remember) redoing all the pop 3 settings. Now, they say they "don't support" MSN.
just upgraded from a Netgear 'G" router to the DIR-655, love the features of the 655 including the USB port. This is the issue, when I connect VPN to my job, I can see all of my files, databases, spread sheets, etc and use them no problem at all. Have a 25 meg connection via Comcast.I can not open my outlook 2003the program opens, however it just sits at trying to connect and then time out. Have tried for 10 days now with no luck. Lan team at job state that "N" routers are blocking traffic and ports that outlook needs, 5 other users have this problem at work.
Outlook keeps losing the connection to the PST file on the server. I then have to close outlook and restart then it works fine. But after a while when I have not looked at it, it loses the connection again and again. I can send and receive e-mail.
I have an AD User, lets call them workauser and there password just expired, so next logon to the domain they need to change there password.They decide while at home to connect to Outlook Web Access, which authenticates to via ACS 5.1 to AD, when they try and connect they are denied with the following message in ACS -
24407 User authentication against Active Directory failed since user is required to change his password Authentication failed.
Check the password expiry under Account options in the properties of an external database user. If the password is expired and the Enable Change Password is turned on in the Users and Identity Stores: External Identity Stores > Active Directory page, then the password will be changed.
Now, our OWA is not configured to allow password resets, so they must call in to have there password reset, or they can connect via VPN and our ASA allows them to change there password as configured under Identity Stores > Active Directory > Enable Password Change
This VPN password change is successful although OWA still will not work. The only way to fix it is to select passwsord does not expire within AD. Let it replicate, then de-select password does not expire and let it replicate.
This is pointing to a OWA issue in my opinion, although ACS is somehow involved, is it possible that ACS caches authentication, or because OWA does not allow password resets, it keeps responding with user required to change his password?
When I connect to the exchange server by using Cisco VPN, microsoft outlook display warning "microsoft try to reconnect ... " many times, at that time I cannot send or receive email, it failed. The VPN still connected so I don't know why? At first I think the problem from MTU so I decrease the MTU but the problem still happens.
how I could possibly get all my e-mails of which I send my clients through my outlook to be registered on my Home-outlook, Office-Outlook and my mobile-outlook? like on the server? something similar to when you open yahoo or G-mail from any given location you can view your sent Items,inbox etc.
I can connect to Internet perfectly fine. I can even VPN back into my office. However, once connected via VPN and I launch my Outlook Client, I'm not able to connect to get emails. When I run a "netstat -a", I get my "SYN_SENT" to all my office domain controllers and exchange servers.However, if I connected via my Starhub USB Broadband dongle, everything works perfectly fine.What settings do I need to do on my router? I tried port forwarding and application rules but none worked.