Users are experiencing delays of up to 2 minutes in receiving internal mail.
I have recently started work at this current job andI have inherited the current setup which is Win 2003 domain with Exchange 2003 Ent running on a DC. I am slowly working to move Exchange to a member server. Previously the company ran on SBS 2003, which was upgraded to Windows 2003 and Exchange 2003, rather badly.
In the SMTP virtual server settings there are external DNS servers specified, however there are internal DNS servers specified on the network card and internal DNS is configured with forwarders out to our ISP's DNS servers. Which wins? and could this be causing the slow delivery? All the Exchange settings appear to have been copied from the SBS server.
Exchange by default will use the DNS Servers listed on the NIC, so remove the DNS Servers. The most you may want to do is restart the SMTP Server Service.
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