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Windows XP and Windows 2000 server dns problems

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i have 2 computers and 1 server
1 windows 2000 server sp4 with dns and dhcp enabled

1 windows xp pro machine with multiple email accounts configured

my dns server address is 192.168.1.3 and it has forwarders enable pointing to my isp dns server

windows xp pro: when checking email it always fails because i have 192.168.1.3 configured as my dns server..... but when i change the dns server address to my isp dns servers the email works fine . here is the problem i want to configure my local dns server on my xp machine so it will forward any request on my behalf

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