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stkol

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Hi People

I have installed KMS 6.0.6 on a newly installed Windows 2003 Enterprise Server with AD, SQL2000 Server, DNS and IIS 6.0, and unfortunately I can not send emails to adresses outside my LAN, although POP3 email receiving is working, so the is no problem in receiving mails. When I try to send emails KMS delievers the following mail to me

Sender : Mail Delievery Sub System
Subject: Returned Mail

Body:

This is an informative message sent by Kerio MailServer 6.0.6 at xxxx-server.
The server was not able to deliver your mail message to the following addresses:

<xxxx<_at_>yahoo.com> (192.168.10.2: 554 5.0.0 Too many hops (101, max 100), message looping)

PLEASE HELP, I am very desperate

Sincerly

Stig :-)

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peterj

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More info required.

How is your KMS SMTP server set to send out email...

(Delivery tab)

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stkol

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Thanks for your reply :-)

SMTP Service is set to IP : 192.168.10.2 (ServerIP) Port: 25

Relay Control
Open Relay

Blacklists (Checked entrys)
No one

Security Options (Checked entrys)
Block if senders mail domain is not found in DNS
Max number of receipients in message 100
Max number of failed commands in SMTP session 3
Maximum number of accepted received headers (hops) 100

SMTP Delievery (Checked entrys)
Use relay SMTP Server
Relay server hostname 192.168.10.2
Relay server port 25
Use SSL if supported by remote SMTP Server

Que Options
Maximum numbers of delievery threads 32
Delievery retry interval 30 min
return the message to sender if not delievered in 5 days
Send warning to sender if message is not delivered after 45 min
Report language EN


I hope this can help you understand my problem :-)

/Stig :-)





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peterj

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In that case no wonder you have a message loop.

You have KMS set to send outbound messages to itself. Under the SMTP delivery tab, the relay server would normally be at your ISP.

Alternatively you can use direct outbound delivery.

Your ISP should be able to give you the name of their SMTP relay server.

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stkol

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THANK YOU SO MUCH *SS that was the trick! But still I cant send from the Webmail interface, and I cant find anywhere I can change the config in the WebInterface, do you know where I can do that??
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peterj

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What happens when you try to send from the webmail?

You can change webmail settings using the settings button after login to webmail, also some of the settings can also be changed from the tabs in the user's confiruration in the admin console.

Hope this helps


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stkol

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I got the same message as from outlook, but now it looks like it is working :-)
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