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SBS 2003 Exchange Mail needs to be Sync'd everyday

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I have an Aging SBS 2003 Server. It sems that everyday I have to Resync Internet and Mail from the the Console and once again mail starts flowing. Nothing really is being left in the event logs. Users are able to Send email but not receive, till I sync the Internet and Mail.

Would someone give me some direction as to waht may be causing this? That would be great.
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Check the server logs for Exchange related errors.

Try restarting the SMTP service to see if mail starts to flow.

If it does, then perhaps changing the Exchange logging levels so that more events are logged would be a good place to start.

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Exchange-2003-Message-Tracking-Logging.html

Philip
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