Windows Thread, Exchange 2007 ~ No External Email coming in, how to test? in Technical; I bet it's the SWGFL again but just in case can some advise me on testing?
I can send and ...
13th May 2011, 09:41 AM #1
Exchange 2007 ~ No External Email coming in, how to test?
I bet it's the SWGFL again but just in case can some advise me on testing?
I can send and recieve emails internally and send to external email addresses.
But I've had no external emails for about 12 hours?
What should I test and how? I've sent an email to myself from googlemail but it's not arrived, the one I sent to it arrived instantly.
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13th May 2011, 09:44 AM #2
If exchange 2007 onwards use exchange tools in exchange console. Or simply email both to your internal and to another external account like hotmail
Thanks to irsprint84 from:
chazzy2501 (13th May 2011)
13th May 2011, 10:02 AM #3
Damn, the backup didn't run last weekend and those transport logs were not somethinged. Anyhow it would appear that the C drive on exchange is full! loosing those logs will only buy me a little time. is it easy to move the mailbox database?
I'm in VM but I know I cant expand the c drive as it'll complain that it was created as a basic disk.
14th May 2011, 09:36 PM #4
Can't you just add another virtual disc? And then use this to help you:
How can i move Exchange 2007 DB and storage group to another drive, I'm running out of space on C
14th May 2011, 10:25 PM #5
1. If you're referring to transactions logs which caused the c@ drive to get full then you can move some off to a network share, leave the last 1 hours worht on there and MOVE the other to another location. Then perform a FULL backup. That is if this is the cause of your issue.
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