Server bootup error

Our server runs on MS Business 2003 and boots with the following mess:

"SMTP could not connect to the DNS server 'xxx.xx.x.xxx'. The protocol used was "UPP". it may be down or inaccessible."

How do you correct this problem?
jmiyasakiAsked:
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vmaheenCommented:
I think Exchange server install with server .
DNS configured with server is it ?
 if "yes" then add network adaptor DNS IP as its local IP. dont configured as external ISP DNS.
and configure external DNS  IP  ,in  under forwords tab of local DNS Server .

Maheen
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vmaheenCommented:
one word mistake  , ( not forword , its forwarders )

Configure ISP DNS IP   under forwarders tab of local DNS Server . ( administrative  tool > dns > right click and >properties > "forwaders" tab )

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