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X.400 connector between two Exchange sites

X.400 connector between two Exchange sites

X.400 connector between two Exchange sites

I'm trying to set up an X.400 connector between two Exch. 5.5 sp1 sites. The servers are on different domains and tcp/ip networks. They are connected by an ethernet LAN. The domains have a two way trust. The remote MTA is the name of the remote server and the local MTA is the name of the local server. Server A is rejecting the requests of server B to make a connection. Any ideas what might be wrong?

RE: X.400 connector between two Exchange sites

If you're using pure X400 then NT trust doesn't play a part.
Your connector will be using the RFC1006 stack (OSI over TCP/IP).
Check MTA names, password (X400), dialogue mode and X400 conformance. Start with a 1984 connection. The '88 RTSE seems a little unreliable. If you're using the connector overide, check there too. MTA names and passwords are case sensitive.

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