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Topic is Open I am using 602Lan suite 2004 on windows XP.It was working fine. But from two days after some time windows is showing a message Faulting application Lansuits.exe.Application Stopped.Anyone tell me why this is happening Faulting application Lansuits.exe
by Shushmul Maheshwari
0 Wed Aug 6 2008
8:19:01 AM (EST)
Topic is Open 

   i had upgraded my windows 2000 professional to windows xp professional with this i couldnt able to send any mails and i tried with my smtp settings also still i didnt find anything so, help me to solve this issue, no error is showing in lansuite but the mail from queue management is not delivering ,

Lansuite Version 2004 

Regrds,

Ashok error with smtp outgoing emails
by Janarthanam Sethuraman
0 Tue Apr 8 2008
4:08:50 AM (EST)
Topic is Open I have 2 users, user 1 and user 2, on a local network with 602 LANSuite running as an email server. The IP addresses of the 3 machines are 192.168.1.11(user 1 - DHCP allocated), 192.168.1.12 (user 2 - DHCP allocated) and 192.168.1.200 (server on fixed address). My email server connects to my ISP via a Draytek router (on IP address 192.168.1.1). It tells me that my WAN address is, let's say, a.b.c.d. This setup works fine.

What I want to be able to do is for user 1 to be able to access his emails when he is not at base, via the internet somehow. Obviously he can;t use address 192.168.1.200 to access the server. SO presumably there needs to be some NAT translation or something similar? I haven't managed to figure out how to do this. I assume it's fairly easy, but don't know quite how to start. 

I'd appreciate any ideas (in simple terms)?

Regards

Ali Smith Retrieving emails via the Internet
by Alistair Smith
0 Tue Jan 30 2007
10:15:48 AM (EST)
Topic is Open Hi,

I can't manage to get a mapped NTP on the Proxy.

I've added the following rule, but it doesn't seem to work:

UDP 192.168.16.1 / 255.255.255.0 192.168.16.94:123 time.windows.com:123 


Thanks in advance
Jesus How to setup a mapped NTP on Proxy
by Jesus Marquez
0 Sun Nov 12 2006
6:27:34 AM (EST)
Topic is Open Is it possible to turn off the LS2004 automatic delivery receipt function? So far, I have been unable to find it.

I am finding that it is sending a requested delivery receipt to spam mail. Of course the receipt address is forged so I am getting error messages returned... It could also confirm my address to the spammers :-(

Many thanks,

Ian Neill How do I disable Delivery Receipts?
by Ian Neill
0 Tue Jan 31 2006
4:51:18 AM (EST)
Topic is Open We are unable to receive e-mail and the senders are getting mail bounced back with the message mailbox limit exceeded.

our mailbox size limits are set at 9999 and we have deleted e-maoils individually.

Is this a LanSuite issue or our domain host? Mailbox Exceeded
by Paul Obrien
0 Mon Aug 8 2005
8:21:15 AM (EST)
Topic is Open I am using the DNSBL services under anti-spam, but would like a custom local list to block IP addresses collected from junk emails.  (Ideal would be a blacklist in LanSuite to add IPs and IP ranges similar to the relay filter.)
Suggestions? Block Spam by IP Address
by Bruce Cates
0 Thu Jul 21 2005
5:45:55 PM (EST)
Topic is Open 
I want to block 172.16.2.73 and 172.16.2.52 machines from Internet.

I tried IP Filter Configuration but it doesnt work.

Any Help ?

Also I want other way ..I meant to say...I want to give access to  172.16.2.73 and 172.16.2.52 machines ONLY to Internet.

Any Help ? 
IP Filtering
by Hjhkh Jhkhkhk
0 Tue Apr 5 2005
9:08:35 PM (EST)
Topic is Open G'day,

I'm unable to transfer files to a remote server if the firewall in LanSuite 2004 is enabled, but can do so if it is turned off.

LAN consists of 1 PC running LS2004 and 1 attached client. Both PCs are running WinXP, using static IPs (192.186.X.X.). Static IP for the client Pc has been entered in the IP filters, and the client PC can browse the internet, receive mail etc. without a problem. LanSuite firewall is configured as MEDIUM. FTP client is Leech FTP, and has been configured as per instructions on this site. Client PC is able to connect to the remote server, but times out when performing the initial LIST command on the remote site.

If the LS firewall is turned off, I am able to connect and transfer files normally.

I have tried several other FTP clients, including WS and SmartFTP. Both terminate with the same error.

Any ideas?
Unable to FTP files from internal LAN thru LS2004
by Ewen Bishop
0 Mon Jan 17 2005
4:04:12 AM (EST)
Topic is Open Has anyone managed to configure the outgoing mail to be via 'gmail'?
According to gmail's help pages, the settings (for Outlook Express)are:

1  Enter your full Gmail email address (username@gmail.com) in the 'Email address:' field, and click 'Next.'
2  Enter 'smtp.gmail.com' in the 'Outgoing mail (SMTP) server:' field.
3  Click 'Next.'
4  Enter your Gmail username (including '@gmail.com') in the 'POP3 Account name:' field. Enter your Gmail password in the 'Password:' field, and click 'Next.' 
5  Click 'Finish.'
6  Highlight 'pop.gmail.com' under 'Account,' and click 'Properties.'
7  Click the 'Advanced' tab.
8  Check the box next to 'This server requires a secure connection (SSL)' under 'Outgoing Mail (SMTP).'
9  Enter '465' in the 'Outgoing mail (SMTP):' field.
10 re POP3......
11 Click the 'Servers' tab, and check the box next to 'My server requires authentication.' 
12 Click 'OK.'

but I can't get a connection, but a 'SSL layer initialisation failed'. It works in Outlook Express okay. gmail SMTP
by John Hunter
0 Fri Dec 31 2004
7:11:10 AM (EST)
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