SBS2003 some emails stuck in Queue

Posted on 2012-03-15
Last Modified: 2016-02-21
Hi SBS2003
Using DNS to send emails
Most go out then every so often some stay in the Queue
the only way for them to get sent is a restart then all fine for a week or so
using TPG as ISP
Question by:logicalstepcomp
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by:Alan Hardisty
ID: 37726979
Do you have DNS forwarders setup on your DNS server properties> forwarders tab?

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ID: 37726991
Yes thats all correct

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ID: 37726997
Okay - good.

Is it specific domains that don't go, or are they random ones?

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ID: 37727003
They seem to be Random ones
I restarted llast night & they all sent & the same send now
will have to wait till next Queue (im keeping notes on the domains that get stuck)
I will run the BPA Later today

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Expert Comment

by:Alan Hardisty
ID: 37727009
Weird.  Will wait to see the BPA results. If they start to queue up again, please let me know.

Author Comment

ID: 37735497
No real isues with the BPA
But it was missing a few updates
Have updated the server , will keep checking each day or so on the Queue
thanks for the assistance
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by:R. Andrew Koffron
ID: 41474223
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