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Keywords: POSTIE Extender Error 10061
I get the following message when I try to use both my corporate exchange 5.5 server and my internet smpt provider.
Error is "Could not connect to server: smtp.atoga.com:25, error=-10061
This happens exactly the same with my usa.net account (SMTP internet provider). I have both pop.atoga.com and smtp.atoga.com pointing to the same Exchange server in the corporate DNS.
I followed the chain for other e-mail issues here hoping to find a solution, the script below is modified from that chain.
I am using the WWPST32I.DLL because I have the 2000C version of WinBatch.
;TITLE: POP Mail (POSTIE) Test ;DATE: 4/10/02 ;AUTHOR: Micheal Bach ;VERSION: Beta 0 ;UPDATED: ;PURPOSE: Used to figureout how to send an attachment to several people, Using POP mail. ; AddExtender("WWPST32I.DLL") smtphost="smtp.atoga.com" pophost="pop.atoga.com" fromaddr="email@example.com" userid="me" password="PW" port="" tolist="firstname.lastname@example.org" cclist="email@example.com" bcclist="" subject="Test POP mail" msg="This is a simple example message" attachments="d:\esi\tools\rpts\DailyReceitpts\pordr041802.pdf" flags="h" msgnumber="" outputfile="" pat="" mailbox="" kInit(smtphost,fromaddr,userid,password,port) kDest(tolist,cclist,bcclist) kSendText(subject,msg,attachments,flags) errline=kStatusInfo() Message("ErrLine",errline)I have run into a 255 Character limit issue with the MAPI Extender.
The mail server did not want to talk with you.
This can happen for a number of reasons. Depends on the setup of the server.
Generally the easiest way to get this working is to install a standard Internet email client (Outlook Express is usually handy) and make that work. After that works, then try postie.
There are many reasons a SMTP server can reject your request.
Article ID: W15069
File Created: 2017:07:28:13:58:36
Last Updated: 2002:09:05:13:49:24