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Running Exchange Server 2010 on SBS2011.
Every so often i lose the ability to connect to retrieve email since it cant find the correct server address.  I believe this has happened in the past when i had to reboot the server.  I have to run through the 'set up the internet address' again and then to 'add a trusted certificate' again choosing my third party ssl certificate.   Any suggestions?
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Every so often i lose the ability to connect to retrieve email since it cant find the correct server address.
before running connect to the internet wizard and doing the cert thing do ipconfig /flushdns and try. This sounds like a DNS problem, is there any reports in the DNS log files?
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run dcdiag /test:dns and post the results
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From the SBS console Network > Connectivity   Run the Fix my network wizard
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Thanks ChrisHanna.  I tried this and it performed a fix, however I am not sure if it will fix my issue.  Perhaps I will see on my next reboot.  I will mark this as solved for now.
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