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exchange 2003 queue not releasing

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mail is not leaving my queue in exchange 2003.    I have recently changed the IP address and mask of the exchange server, because we changed scope. I have made the correct firewall changes to allow smtp (outgoing) so I'm not thinking its the firewall.
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Hi atredo,

Did your firewall's IP change as well?
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Hi,

What dose event log say "Application Log" ?
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by:uid94130
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What's written in the SMTP queue "Additional Queue Information"?
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Turned out to be an issue with the Antivirus server not releasing mail.
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