Check to see if you have disabled recursion. Go to DNS, right click properties of your server, advanced tab. James Chong ________________________________ From: exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Amit Kapoor Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2006 9:40 AM To: exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [ExchangeList] DNS Lookup Problem Importance: High Hi All, I know this problem is not related to Exchange, but any help from u guys will be appreciated. We have a windows 2000 domain controller. DNS is configured on this.. We want to use software called Group Mail for sending Bulk emails. That software looks for the internal DNS server for the MX records lookup for the domains. But when we run nslookup on the internal server, it says DNS request time-out in 2 seconds. Although we had removed (.) zone from the forward lookup zone. And we had setted the forwarders on the DNS server the DNS IP address of the ISP. But if in the Group mail software settings we use the ISP DNS IP it works. Please help us out in this matter. ps. check out our latest product: www.DriveInside.com - India's No. 1 Auto Website -------- Amit Kapoor Network Engineer Module One India Ltd. Paharpur Software Technology Incubator Park A-88, Okhla Phase II, New Delhi 110020, India Tel: +91-(0)11-41859200 ext. 204 | Fax: +91-(0)11-41859220 E-mail: amit@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:amit@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> | Web: www.moduleone.com <http://www.moduleone.com/> ==== c r e a t i v e i n t e r n e t s o l u t i o n s ==== Module One, one of India's leading Interactive agencies, uses a combination of creative, marketing and technology skills to assist clients in successfully using the Internet for their marketing initiatives.