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Hi, all! I have a problem with receiving of the local user's mail. So, I have a two domain controllers (Win2K, domain name is "sovet5"). On the secondary DC i setup the KerioMS 5.7.9 and create the local mail-domain "test". I have a two users in this domain (billy and test1).
When I try to deliver the mail from user "test1" it's all right.
When I try to deliver the mail from user "billy" my mail-client (TheBat) is stay on the "Getting Number of messages" phase and don't deliver the messages in spite of the fact that the user pass identification.
billy - is an administrator of the KMS, test1 - simple user.

The error number is 10060
[17/Dec/2004 14:57:18] POP3 server connection broken (user billy<_at_>test from 192.168.2.16): (10060) Попытка установить соединение была безуспешной, т.к. от другого компьютера за требуемое время не получен нужный отклик, или было разорвE
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