The Microsoft Default SMTP Virtual Server

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As part of our web based (IIS6.0 win2k3 server) applications we use the default SMTP virtual server to forward mail messages. I've set the Smart Host setting in the the site properties (to the ip address of the exchange server(in [square brackets]). The problem is that the messages are getting 'stuck' in the inetpubmailrootqueue directory. The strange thing is that if you reboot the server the massages are sent. Any ideas.
ASKED: November 14, 2005  11:43 AM
UPDATED: November 16, 2005  5:16 AM

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check ur antivirus program settings which related with the exchange…

set exceptions..not to scan exchange detabase & program files …..

I face same problem…& after changing settings in antivirus..the exchange queues get cleared..

this behaviuor is 80% related to antivirus program settings…

anand
amkale_19@yahoo.com

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