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  • You approved it manually

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My email program can't connect to CMSB - the connection is immediately terminated
You have probably forgotten to enable remote access on CMSB.

To fix this problem, perform the following steps on ChoiceMail server. Note that you will need to know the IP address range of your LAN (if you are configuring CMSB to allow just users on your LAN to have access)

1) Click Setup | Main | Advanced
2) In the Advanced Options dialog, click the button called "Change Access Permissions"
3) The default is "Block remote access" which means that CMSB will not allow ANY access from another machine.

4a) If the server is already behind a firewall that doesn't allow access from the internet in general, then you can just click on "Full remote access"

4b) To restrict access to users on a LAN of 192.168.x.x, select "Allow specified connections", enter the value 192.168.*.* and press the Add button. Note that you can provide multiple address ranges if you wish.

Click OK to accept the settings

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