Cisco PIX config - cannot reach new mail server

I made what I thought would be a very simple change to our Cisco PIX firewall to allow mail and OWA access to our new Exchange 2007 server. We recently added a new Exchange 2007 server into an existing Exchange 2003 single server environment with the intention of decommissioning the old Exch 2003 box.

Here's more background:

I migrated all mailboxes from an old Exch 2003 server (LAN IP: to a new Exch 2007 server (LAN IP: All mailboxes were moved last night. On the LAN I can telnet to all the appropriate ports on the new email server (25, 443, 80, etc). From the Internet I cannot telnet to any of those ports.

I've attached the original config and the newest. All I changed was the line "name MailServer" to "name MailServer". I wrote the config to memory.

Can someone look at this config and tell me why email won't flow into the mail server from the web? I'm at a complete loss.

Thanks in advance!!

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Glen KnightCommented:
Have you tried simply restarting the firewall?

Also what do the logs say when you try to access it?
Ken BooneNetwork ConsultantCommented:
So what you did was change the translations.  When you do that you need to issue the following command from the CLI:  clear xlate

That will flush out the old static translations and insert the new translations.

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Glen KnightCommented:
Presumably restarting will also do that? :-)
Ken BooneNetwork ConsultantCommented:
Yes it will.  I didn;t see your post before I responded.
ITAuthor Commented:
Clear xlate seems to have helped. Mail now flows into new mail server. Outbound mail works as well. Wow I wish I knew Cisco. ;)  
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