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smtpdiag tool lists wrong mail servers

I have a weird issue on a server. When i run the smtpdiag tool, it lists the old mail server settings (with mx servers being website.com & mx01.1and1.com). here're the results Checking MX servers ...
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can't delete Resource Records through CMD in Windows Sever 2008

Final Update Problem erased in the least acceptable way: After re-installing the DNS-Server lead to even more problems, I re-installed the whole Operating System and - up to now - everything works ...
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Windows Server 2008 DNS server CNAME resolution and TTLs

We have a Windows 2008 SP2 DNS server configured to use root hints. We have a certain MX record lookup that it periodically fails to resolve for our client machines. The lookup is for the MX record ...
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Configuring DNS & MX records for exchange 2010

i am trying to configure Exchange Server 2010 on Windows Server 2008 R2 to receive emails from the internet following the danscourses tutorials: and i followed this video for the DNS & MX ...
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Exchange Receiving Mail Outside Domain, without using MX

Sorry if this is crazy sounding or not feasible, just a student trying to toy with Exchange in my own lab. I'm using ad.chigs.me as my FQDN for my Active Directory install on Windows Server 2008 R2. ...
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Can't receive email. Email delayed. Problem with MX?

I'm trying to setup my domain name for my new windows 2008 server and everything has been working well so far except for one little thing : When I send emails to my domain, I received email delayed ...
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Can you set default MX records for all forward zones within DNS (Windows Server 2008)

Is there a way to set some default MX records that are added to any new forward zone that is created within the DNS manager in Windows 2008 Standard? If not is there a command line I can run to add ...
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Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server as a mail exchange server

I am a Unix/Linux/Windows Server noob. So, keep that in mind before you throw your stones at my glass house. :P I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 machine that's acting as domain controller, Server A. ...
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Change my MX record on my server to google MX?

I got a windows server 2008 where I host a site, now I decided to have the email on google apps. I did add the MX records I get from them to my DNS settings on the server but with no luck. I recently ...