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Exchange 2000 que

Every day after 12 o'clock our exchange 2000 server ques all mails.. We can receive mails, but the mails won't be send. The only way to empty the que is restart the server and they will be send. But the next day in the afternoon all the mails will be qued again..... And we have to restart again.

I have no idea where to look...

Please help. Thank you!
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SembeeCommented:
How is your server configured?

Exchange delivering email directly?
Are you using an SMTP Connector?

Exchange up to date on all service packs and roll ups?

Simon.
Exchange MVP.
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awsholdingAuthor Commented:
Our server is a Virtual SMTP server. So all our mail is being forwarded to our ISP.
We currently have SP3 installed.

Our mail is scanned by a SpamManager and Virusscanner(Antigen). Both are Sybari.

I hope this is the info you need!?

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SembeeCommented:
How are you forwarding to your ISP?

Are you using an SMTP Connector attached to the SMTP Virtual Server?
The other way would be a smart host configured directly on the SMTP Virtual Server?

Simon.
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awsholdingAuthor Commented:
Yes we're using an SMTP connector and not a smart host.
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SembeeCommented:
Have you check that no one has put any limits on the SMTP Connector?

Try recreating the SMTP Connector that points to your ISP. Don't look at the old one, just accept the defaults and then add in your ISPs SMTP Virtual Server.

Simon.
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awsholdingAuthor Commented:
All settings are default in the connector and I cleared all the BAD MAILS...I noticed in TM that the Store.exe file is using more and more memory every minute. Maybe that could be a problem?
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SembeeCommented:
store.exe will use as much as is required - that is by design. It should release it if something else wants to use the memory.

Simon.
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SembeeCommented:
Just going through some of the old outstanding questions as it is quiet...

Has this problem been resolved?
If you need clarification on any part of the responses above, please post back.

Otherwise you need to close the question by awarding points, or posting in the Support Topic Area (top right corner) with a link to this question asking for the moderators to close the question for you without awarding points.

Simon.
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