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Pointing External DNS to Internal DNS

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I have and external DNS server running on Windows 2000 and an Internal Running on 2003. Somehow some records were deleted in the internal DNS and now external users cannot access the website, internal users can. How do I create records to have external users point to the owa site. The owa site is hosted on our single Exchange 2003 server which inside our network. The external DNS does have MX records, however I am not 100% posistive they are correct. If someone could give me a good example on how to do this correctly that would be great.
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you external dns should have records pointing to the external ip addresses assigned to your servers.
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