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Can send/Can't Receive - 17.Jun.2008 4:22:28 PM   


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I am currently running exchange server 2007 on a SBS 2003 server.  I've had it up and running for a little over a year now and up till now everything has been ok. Today, for some reason we are not able to receive emails from outside the network.  We are still able to send emails and we can receive them from people on the intranet but not receive through the internet from other users.  Nothing has been changed on the server and the internet seems to be running fine.  I'm not to experienced with exchange servers and was wondering if anyone had any ideas.  Thanks in advance for any help.
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RE: Can send/Can't Receive - 8.Jul.2008 12:38:15 AM   


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Well the first thing you should check here is your MX records and make sure that the receiving gateway server is listening on port 25.


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RE: Can send/Can't Receive - 8.Jul.2008 1:31:34 AM   


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How does the emails come into your environment from internet?

For eq.

Internet => ISP => Firewall => Front End Server => Back End Server. 

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