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How do redirect our email?   We have a baracuda device that has gone bonkers and will not be placed back onto our network.  The issue is that we are not receiving any email from the outside world.  We can send out, but not have email come in.  I added an entry on the MS2003 server for a DNS that comes from our ISP provider, but don't know how to modify our Small Business Server to accept the connection to receive emails from the outside.

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Do you want me to delete this question as you don't need two open for the same thing?

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