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Microsoft Outlook Express

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by gagnonm, May 17, 2000.

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  1. gagnonm

    gagnonm Thread Starter

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    Help!! I set up a small office with an internal network with a 10. scheme. loaded anologx free proxy server on to the NT 4.0 machine with service pack 6a. Their isp is a dhcp dsl line into a dsl modem then into a high card in the server. The workstations go into a hub then into a local card. They are all connecting to the server and getting the Internet through the proxy to the dsl high card. They all can ping anything on the local network but cant ping out the high card. My problem is I cant get the outlook express to get the mail from their pop3 server. I have followed the directions for the proxy server and for out look express but am at a loss. I don't understand why Internet gets through the proxy but Outlook cannot find the mail server. The proxy server program says pop3 and smtp is on and working correctly. Am i missing something in the network setup? Please anyone with NT experience please help me.

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  2. LarryCore

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    Moving to the Networking/NT forum where you are more likely to get help

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