Exchange 2010 has no message flow - delayed in queues

We are pulling a weekend upgrade from SBS 2003 to 2008 Std. with Exchange 2010.  Currently, our Exchange 2010 does not send or receive email.  It seems to be connected with the 2003 exchange because I see all the email accounts and I can move email accounts to the new server.  But - there's no message flow.  All is stacked up in the queue.  I'm connected directly to the Internet (actually, junkemailfilter filters out our spam, but we're not going through ISP).  I'm pretty familiar with Exchange 2003, but new to Exchange 2010.  Anything common I'm missing?  
jhuntiiAsked:
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oztrodamusCommented:
Hi jhuntii,

It sounds like you don't have any Send Connectors configured. Open the Exchange Management Console and go to the Organization Configuration Hub Transport role and then click on the Send Connector tab. This is where you would configure the outgoing mail to forward to a Smart Host or directly to the Internet.
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jhuntiiAuthor Commented:
You're absolutely right.  I actually had a send connector, but it was using the one from my SBS 2003 server.  I deleted that and created a new one and now it sends just fine - after I also added this new server IP address to the outgoing firewall rules for SMTP traffic.

So now email is flowing in and out - locally and with foreign domains - and between users with mailboxes still on the 2003 and 2008 servers. :)  What I need now is to fix remote users - OWA, Active Sync and RPC over HTTPS.  When I log into OWA,

With OWA, I get the logon screen, and it looks like it accepts my username/password, but then gives me a page that says: Bad Request.  Any ideas here?
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oztrodamusCommented:
Can you do me a favor please? Can you please create a new question and past the URL into this one. Then close this question and award me the points. The reason I ask is it's a completely sperate question to this one, and could be quite envolved.
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jhuntiiAuthor Commented:
OK, as requested, I opened a new question about the OWA problem here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_26028768.html 
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jhuntiiAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
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