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From: NetFilter (netfilter_at_rediffmail.com)
Date: Tue Nov 26 2002 - 07:00:36 CST
I would suggest you go through these URL's in order to clear your queries.
Hope this helps..
On Sat, 23 Nov 2002 Dean Pullen wrote :
>I've basically been told that we require an Exchange
>system operated within our DMZ setup. After much
>reading I've decided to go for a front-end, back-end
>Exhange system, with the Exchange front-end in the DMZ
>and the back-end in the LAN. However, even though I've
>opened up all the ports specified in MS' white papers
>between the DMZ and LAN, I cannot connect to the
>domain/active directory from the Front-End server. How
>do I go about this? I mean all I am trying at the
>moment is to connect to our internal Domain by
>accessing the network ID in the My Computer properties
>and trying typing in the Domain. Do I have to do
>anything else?! Sorry for my amateurishness(!) but
>we're a small firm and cannot afford a fully-fledged
>exchange specialist, thus I'm doing it!
>Thanks in advance.
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