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Sql Server Error 10061 Connection Failednetwork to support a completely digital Dental practice. Office 365 Migration from IMAP/POP Migration of mail services from a hosted IMAP/POP/SMTP service to connection attempt failed with error 10061 Micorsoft Office 365 Exchange Online IN THIS DISCUSSION Join the Community! Creating your account only takes a few minutes. Join Now Hello everyone! Recently, some (not all) of our email have not been received by outside failed to connect winsock error code 10061 users. I was thinking it could be due to SPAM filtering but when I ran SMTPDIAG it brought up this error: Checking MX servers listed for email@example.com. Connecting to mail.companyXYZ.com [192.168.0.10] on port 25. Connecting to the server failed. Error: 10060 Failed to submit mail to mail.companyXYZ.com. I get this error even to mail domains that users receive our email. Why is our outgoing mail trying to connect to the firewall interface address?? Any comments or suggestions
Operating System Call Connect Failed Error No 10061are greatly welcome! Reply Subscribe RELATED TOPICS: 404 error fun Youtube 500 Error dcdiag error on SBS 2011   4 Replies Datil OP Air Jimi Feb 4, 2010 at 12:28 UTC Could it be that certain hosts your domain may not have a reverse dns record setup? When you send mail to certain domains the recipients server will perform a reverse lookup on your e-mail, so if you send an e-mail from your exchange server the reverse lookup will expect to find the ip address of your exchange servers external address. You can either contact your isp and ask them to add a ptr entry or use a smart host to send your mail (configurable in the routing group connector) 0 Sonora OP Dagoof2k8 Feb 4, 2010 at 12:53 UTC Hi Air, I already looked into the PTR record and had it changed but I still get the same error when I run SMTPDIAG. I also checked my local DNS server and I do not have any MX record entries. I was investigation why SMTPDIAG queries the 192.168.0.10 address (Outside interface of our firewall when it does its check. Any ideas where SMTPDIAG is resolving that MX address? 0 Poblano OP kursat4349 Feb 28, 2011 at 3:58 UTC i've the same code 10060. i've no problem with my PTR records.
ease planning, as well. Free PRTG Download >> What is this? This knowledgebase contains questions and answers about PRTG Network Monitor and network monitoring in general. You are invited to get involved by asking and answering questions! Learn more connect error 10061 outlook Top Tags 5716× prtg 1832× snmp 1459× sensor 930× wmi 620× notifications 463× maps View all connect error 10061 thunderbird Tags How do I solve a Connection Refused Socket Error # 10061 in Enterprise Console? Votes:0 Your Vote: Up Down When I try
Connect Error 10061 Edmaxto connect to PRTG via the Enterprise Console, the software displays a socket error number 10061 and I cannot connect. However, I can still login to the PRTG web interface. What settings do I have to change to solve http://www.textndata.com/forums/connect-server-failed-error-10061-a-517930.html this? Why does the connection not work? enterprise-console error gui login prtg server-administrator windows Created on Feb 3, 2010 9:00:13 AM by Daniel Zobel [Paessler Support] Last change on Dec 7, 2012 3:15:58 PM by Gerald Schoch [Paessler Support] Permalink 1 Reply Accepted Answer Votes:0 Your Vote: Up Down This article applies to PRTG Network Monitor 14 or later Solving Connection Refused Socket Error # 10061 in the Enterprise Console The Enterprise Console is a native Windows application and one of the interfaces that you can use to change settings and review monitoring data of your PRTG setup. In order to retrieve this data, the Enterprise Console must establish a connection to the PRTG Web Server. If you open the PRTG Enterprise Console and see a "socket error number 10061", this means that your Enterprise Console was not able to connect to the PRTG Web Server running on the PRTG Core Server. There can be several reasons for this. If you can still log into the PRTG Web Interface but get this error message using the Enterprise Console, the most common matter is non-matching settings of Web Server and Enterprise Console. Step 1: Viewing the Enterprise Console Settings From the Windows Start Menu, open the PRTG Enterprise Console application. From the menu, select File | Manage PRTG Server Connections. The Devices overview appears. On the left side, click on PRTG Server Connections. On the right side, select a server entry and click on the edit Edit button (the wrench symbol). You see the settings the Enterprise Console uses to connect to the PRTG Web Server. Step 2: Viewing the PRTG Administration Tool Settings From the Windows Start Menu, open the PRTG Administration Tool on the machine that is running your PRTG Core Server. In the Web Server tab, you can view the section Select IP Address for PRTG's Web Server denoting
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