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    I have Windows Standard 2003 server with Exchange 2003

    Latest servicepacks on it.

    I can send mail and it is also delivered external, but I cannot receive mail. All the mail is queued to the postmaster!

    HELP ME!!!!

    Internal mail i also cannot receive

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    Re: Can send, but cannot receive mail (external & internal)

    Hi,

    Try to change the Email domain address on the Email address plocy of the Default policy under the recipient policies...

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    • #3
      Re: Can send, but cannot receive mail (external & internal)

      Hi,

      Even i had the same problems.....

      Couple of places to look into immediately.......

      The DNS settings (very very important)

      The MX record priorities on your external domain (if you own one)

      A good understanding of SMTP in exchange

      Regards
      Avid

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        Re: Can send, but cannot receive mail (external & internal)

        If all of your email is being queued to the postmaster, that means Exchange is trying to send it out again.

        Has it ever worked?
        If so, what has changed?

        Is your external domain in recipient policies? Do all of the users have addresses in that domain?
        If you manually telnet in to the server and send an email to a user, what error message do you get?

        There is always a chance that something has gone wrong and SMTP doesn't know it is responsible for that domain and is rejecting all email.

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