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I can't get exchange to smtp out. godaddy was the email host but they weren't very helpful and change MX to point to my server. Now it's worse... can't get incoming or outgoing.

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  • servercrash May 11, 2010

    gotohttp://www.mxtoolbox.com and run all of the diagnostics offered there, sounds like a DNS problem, possibly a reverse DNS problem, what is your domian? i can troubleshoot it for you

    kris


  • ultimitloozr May 11, 2010

    SMTP out issue could be a DNS problem. Check that your resolver is working properly on the Exchange server by trying to ping any machine on the internet. If you have a firewall, it could also be blocking your Exchange server from sending traffic out to the internet.



    Also, when MX records are changed (or any DNS records for that matter), it takes some time to propogate through the system. It can affect mail delivery for a couple of days. It is generally better to add records and verify their proper operation before deleting old ones.



    If these are not the problem, I'll need to know your domain to further troubleshoot the issue.

  • Michael Rodriques May 11, 2010

    What version of exchange?

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1. The mx record has to be changed to an adress, which can be reached from the internet. It has to be an public IP Adress or you have to use dyndns.org or something like that. If the Server is not reachable directly in the Internet, you have to set your Internetrouter to forward smtp to your server in your network.

2. There are cases, when you need to configure a Smart Host for your e-mail server. A typical example is the situation, when your ISP blocks outbound connections on TCP port 25. Another, very common case is when you are using an IP address which belongs to a range of Dynamic IP addresses. It is a common practice to drop smtp connections or discard e-mail messages sent from a dynamic IP address.
a. Open your Exchange System Management Console - Administrative Groups - "Groupname" - Server - "Servername" - protocols - smtp.
b. Click right to"virtual standard server for smtp" and choose properties.
c. Change to tab delivery.
d. Then choose the button advanced.
Here you can set the full qualified domain name and you can set a smarthost entry. May be this helps

take also a look at http://codebetter.com/blogs/john.papa/archive/2007/04/02/Problems-Sending-Mail-on-Dedicated-Server-with-GoDaddy.aspx

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