I have a client that has setup his 2000 SBS with domain setup as "domain.com".
His wabsite is hosted by an ISP. Therefore when any user on his network trys to use a web browser to access the site "Domain.com" they get the following error 11001 - Host not found
I realise that the server should not be setup this way i.e. should be "domain.local".
Is there any way to force the dns to lookup the site at the ISP instead of internally.
The client is also using Exchange server.
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