We have a small business server 2003. Exchange server was configured as well as remote web workplace. All was working fine for the last 2 years up until 2 days ago. Yesterday I was informed that the ISP called them and informed them a pc on the network was phishing for bank information via the web. They cut of their internet until the problem was resolved.
We discovered that a client who rents office space from us had a pc infected with a virus. The pc was then removed from the network. We called the ISP and they confirmed that the issue was resolved and allowed us to access the internet again.
Well now our smart phones do not receive emails from the server and we cannot access the remote web workplace thru the internet. I can ping the server from outside our network. Our exchange server is receiving emails and they are being relayed to the users.
This is what we have tried:
1. Rebooted the server
2. Run the internet connection wizard. I did this because in ther services list, I noticed there were several services related to microsoft exchange that were disabled.
3. We have verified with the ISP that they are not blocking any ports.
4. I disabled the firewall temporarily but that didnot work.
5. I pinged our server from outside of our network got a reply.
Im not sure what to check next. I thought maybe our server was infected and scanned it with symantec but no virus or trojan was found.
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