> Kevin,
>
> The problem is server1 has a set of customers and server2 has a set of
> customers. Each server is auth for their respective customers.
> Customers on server2 can not reach customers on server1 and vice versa.
> I have logging on but can not see anything that's strange...


You don't think that getting FORMERR logged is strange?

> 04-Sep-2008 15:06:07.169 client 192.168.0.22#64168: query:
> mail.customer2.com IN A +
> 04-Sep-2008 15:06:07.169 createfetch: mail.customer2.com A
> 04-Sep-2008 15:06:07.170 client 127.0.0.1#2129: query:
> mail.customer2.com IN A +E
> 04-Sep-2008 15:06:07.170 FORMERR resolving 'mail.customer2.com/A/IN':
> 127.0.0.1#53


Make sure that you have your delegations correct. That if
a zone is delegated to a server that it is actually serving
that zone. That you get a SOA record returned in the ANSWER
section when you query the server with the zone name.

Mark
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