Blocked port 110

Hello

I have been reading posts with problems in the mail but does not suit me.

-Windows Server 2008 R2 as a workgroup in a data center

-Clients connect by the desktop remotely

-The owner of the company wants to have its prospects on the server.

-Install Office 2007 because it has licenses.

-Send emails but not receive. I have telnet to the FAI both Pop3 and Imap as insensitive (SMTP no problem). My machines outside the data center, he says.

-J' have uninstalled the antivirus, disabled the perimeter of the data center firewall, firewall disabled Windows, I created rules to allow all traffic, also only 110 and 143 Pop3 Imap port.

-There are no other security software.

-Nothing, or telnet to the POP3 server from fact.

Any idea?

You must go to the forums of office and ask in the forums of Outlook.

Thanks for the reply. West is not an Outlook problem because a telnet can´t to the ISP to port 110.

I found the problem where. Is in the configuration of Ipsec. I can work now.

Kind regards.

Tags: Windows

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