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RE: email Problem in WINDOWS 2000 Server -off Topic

From: Yexley Robert D SSgt AFIT/SCA <>
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2001 14:01:46 -0800
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size=2>Yeah, that's probably a true statement.  I wish I could say it was that easy to find answers to problems with Oracle.  It's not like I can just log in to Metalink and find what I need.  I consider it a good day if I can get it to load just once, let alone stay connected long enough to find what I need.

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  size=2>-----Original Message-----From: Kevin Kostyszyn   []Sent: Thursday, 22 March, 2001 13:34   PMTo: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-LSubject: RE:   email Problem in WINDOWS 2000 Server -off Topic   That
  looks like an exchange server problem possibly.  I would think the   easiest way to solve this is to go to microslops web site and type in the   error.  I am sure someone else has come across this and solved it   already.  Or, as funny as it is, you could even type it in at Yahoo and   probably get some answers.    

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    size=2>-----Original Message-----From:     []On Behalf Of Adi MurugaianSent:     Thursday, March 22, 2001 12:58 PMTo: Multiple recipients of list     ORACLE-LSubject: email Problem in WINDOWS 2000 Server -off     Topic
    Please tell me, where do I find a user group for Windows     2000 Server:
    If any one help me to solve the following problem, greatly     appreciated:
    We were using II4 on Windows NT 4 for Web server.     Through ASP program using 'CDONT' we were sending emails.      It was working properly till we upgrade our     Webserver and Exchange Server.
    We upgraded our WEB Server from Winodws NT 4 to Windows 2000     and IIS 4 to IIS 5 and also we upgraded we Exchange     server from Windows NT 4 to Windows 2000.     Now  all the mails are bouncing back. The body of the     return message is as follows :
    "This is an automatically generated Delivery Status     Notification.
    Unable to deliver message to the following recipients, due     to being unable to connect successfully to the destination mail     server."    Received on Thu Mar 22 2001 - 16:01:46 CST

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