sendmail not working

HI experts. I am using sendmail and bind on  Red Hat 9.
I recently updated my nameservers IP addresses.  
1. I have used godaddy.com to update the change in ip addresses
2. I have changed /var/named files to reflect the changes

my web page is working fine but the mail server is not....
can someone please help??
kephillipsAsked:
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grbladesCommented:
Hi kephillips,
Check /etc/resolv.conf has your correct nameservers listed.
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kephillipsAuthor Commented:
it only has one nameserver listed. The ip address for eth1 which is my external device.
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grbladesCommented:
In your named.conf have you got it configured to listen on that IP address?
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kephillipsAuthor Commented:
grblades,
Thanks very much. You were right i hadn't set /etc/resolv.conf right.
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