I run Exchange Server 2000. I shut the server down for two weeks over the holidays. My ISP has always claimed that their servers will attempt to push emails that are queued every15 mins but this is not happening now that I have restarted my server.
New emails I send to myself (from web mail account) get through fine but I know I must have hundreds of other emails that are waiting on ISP's server
Is there a generic way (e.g. using telnet commands) to force an SMTP server to send it's queued emails? I could reconfigure my server to use ETURN etc but would rather not and not sure that would work anyway!