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I ahve aproblemw ith my exchange server 2003. I have a backup mx with reflector through no-ip.com who is also my domain register. Lately I can send mail out okay  but at least once a day i stop receiving mail but when I restart the server bang eveything works again. What is going on. It almost seems liek my backup mx with no-ip is tryign to take over.

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Can you show the MX list from your domain? i.e. nslookup, set type=MX, and your domain?
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