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MS Exchange 2003 configuration

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I have Exchange 2003 set up with 100 users.  we did an upgrade from 5.5.  Email goes out but nothing is coming in.  Had this problem before upgrade as well.  Nothing has changed with mx record, etc.  Seems like all is working but can't figure it out.
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you can put your domain name in http://www.checkdns.net/quickcheckdomainf.aspx to check if the mx records are configured correctly.
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Easy stuff first.
Are all of the Exchange services running in the Services console?
Do outside senders get any messages?
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