I have installed WinRoute Firewall 6.0.9 with default settings and rules.
My LAN is 192.168.124.0/24
We access to internet via ISDN modem.
In my LAN exist several PCs ( 4 - 7 )
We can browse to internet ( HTTP ) but we have problem with <_at_>mails ( send or receive ). All of us use Outlook Express.
Additional, I added one new rule for pop3&SMTP :
Service : POP3 and SMTP
Translation : NAT(Default outgoing interface)
Valid on: Always
Protocol Inspector : None
1. An additional rule is OK ?
2. What do we have to set up in outlook express for account(s) in order to send/receive mails?
For example I set up for one account in Outlook express->Tools->Accounts--> Mara-LAN properties :
Incoming mail server : IP address from the machine with WinRoute and ISDN modem
Outgoing mail server : IP address from the machine with WinRoute and ISDN modem
Account name : <my account name>#<names of ISP incoming mail>
Password : <my password>
On "Advanced" tab I have left default value for POP3=110 and for SMTP=25
Where is the problem?
Please help me...
You need to change your email servers to the one's that your ISP has given you. Winroute doesn't include a mailserver any more, so you need to connect directly to the ISP.
Other than that you should have no problems with Outlook Express or any other mail client as you have disabled the protocol inspectors already.
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