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I recently changed a company from a satellite to broadband connection

i got everything working before connecting the firewall
Everything was setup for the exchange server (sbs2003) to work away.

so:

mail (send and receive) and internet were working on the new connection
(without the winroute firewall in place)

and obviously mail and internet was working through the winroute firewall
when it was connected to the satellite connection.

i then added the firewall...

So i made the changes on the dsl router and on my ext address of my firewall
and internet is working on my network,but mail was not sending or receiving
from my exchange box.

I received a rule from kerio support...which is now closed...and it didnt work
i ran the wizard to set all firewall rules to allow all...

i am now able to send mail...still cant receive...

is there something that should be setup on port forwarding from my dsl modem to my firewall? i have ports 25...80...3389... setup, but this is for outlook web access...which is
working...

Any ideas anybody...been at this for 4 hours...running out of ideas...

thanks for reading all that...
 

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ok...excellent thanks for the response.

I didnt set this server up.
how can i tell which ports are setup?
and what do you need to know about my network config?

here is a little...

its only a 10 pc network
all goes into a switch

there is an sbs server (file server,application server [sage etc] its also the DC
then i have a seperate HP pc thats acting as the firewall (winroute firewall 6)

anything else just let me know...
 

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did i say something wrong? im not being lazy...i googled exchange ports...exchange ports used...and the information was vast and off topic..relating to other problems...are there any sticky's on searching for info...i mean here is a prime example

i looked for a manual for a samsung laptop and went through like 20 results
that either didnt have it...or wanted to charge me...
then somebody here popped up the manual off a site...

guess i will google...searching the internet
thanks so far...
 
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