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Connecting Javamail through a Putty tunnel

Hugo Marques
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Joined: Dec 06, 2011
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Hi everyone,

First of all, sorry for my bad english, im still practicing Let's go to the problem:

I have to connect a batch that reads my email inbox in a exchange server to do some processing. The problem is my ip range doesn't have authorization to acess the exchange server and because some security factors the admin cant grant acess to us.

Im trying to create a tunnel using putty so i could connect via SSH in a server that has authorization and using this as a tunnel i could sent my emails. So, its no working. The tunnel works, i connect via prompt using telnet but when i run the batch it gives time out. Someone has any idea what i should do?

Thnks in advance,

Hugo

 
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