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SBS 2008/Exchange 2007 Not Sending Email

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I have migrated my SBS 2008 server from Hyper V to VMware ESXi, since I have done this and had to uninstall the old NIC and use the newly installed VMware NIC I reassigned the IP it had and rebooted and ran Internet Connection and SmartHost Wizard but still cannot send email internally or externally.
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have you ran the 'fix my network' wizard ?
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Check the event viewer and services of exchange server.
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Check your send connector in exchange management console.  Do you have the right IP assigned to send?
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Make sure you made your virtual drives big enough.  Exchange will stop working if you are running low on disk space.
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after I ran best practices for Exchange I found the issue
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