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cstrutt:Inside machine address is 192.168.0.3 but I read somewhere that you
shouldn't use that address as it means nothing outside the NAT. Not relevant for IMAP.
If it works from the local lan, it's not a Mercury problem.
Recheck your port-forwards and firewall.
Try turning on verbose logging in MercI to see if there is any clues in the logs.
Note: IMAP is very noisy protocol and there will be lots of output.
... and you DON'T need a telnet SERVER!
You can use the telnet CLIENT to test a (unencrypted) connection to smtp, pop or imap servers.
Connect to 'mail.deafboysaudio.com',
That doesn't resolve ... and doesn't sound like a smarthost ...
Is that supposed to be YOUR server?
You do realise that MercC is the module to relay your outbound mail via an SMTP smarthost (like your ISP's)?
deafboyzaudio:18:06:30.326: Connect to 'mail.deafboysaudio.com', timeout 30.18:06:51.339: 15: Peer connect failure
Firstly, increase your timeout a lot - 300 or so seconds should help if it is simply a busy server.
Double check any auth or encryption settings required by your smarthost.
Otherwise, that is usually a network level problem. Can ...
deafboyzaudio:Although I do get a bunch of files appear that are labeled like TCP0005.mc but i cant open them as i dont know what to open them with. are these the detailed session log files? how do i view them?
With a text editor - notepad or such.
Mrpush:Are there guidelines for this type of setup anywhere?It's really no different than a local connection.For example, my Mercury32 does not have a fully qualified POP3 server internet name like ''pop3.yahoo.com'' so how do I tell mail clients how to get to mercury just via my static IP with my internet provider?
Would some like ...
Mrpush:Is it possible that my Outlook 2010 clients running from servers in the remote datacenter could still connect to my mercury32 installation here in my office to get their mail?Certainly.Are there any major cons to this if its possible?No.Would I need to open ports here on my firewall?Yes.What risk does that present?Minimal. The only risk is ...
bthomsin: on all i added ip interface 127.0.0.1 also i allowed this ip.
The help says leave it blank unless you know better.
You should leave it blank.
Just delete their details from the message body.