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MX record,DNS, EXCHANGE

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Found out the 2000 AD structure had no AD DNS in place. Created AD DNS in place. Realized that the networks  name is  the same (joe.com) as outside or internal webservers. I keep creating new host with the apporiate external address. The problem that i have is owa services.  there is a frontend mailserver that redirects ssl owa to the mailserver.  outsideusers access the https:\\ with the same name as the mx record of the mail server.  you can't access the server by dns internally or externally. Ithink if i remove the mail front end then its ok
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Why can't you access the front end server internally?  Can you ping it?  Not sure what you are asking....
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Ouch....Thanks for the C.

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