|You didn't say where the printer is physically plugged in. Is it plugged in to the first router (Belkin) or the second one (Linksys)|
Also you didn't detail the interconnection of the routers themselves. Is it:
Belkin LAN port >> Linksys WAN port
Belkin LAN port >> Linksys LAN port
In either case, it will require a static IP assignment so include the IP's used (and on which interface) with the info on your setup.
Could you advise me on what to do next? and am i correct by turning DHCP off on both routers?
If all clients/servers/network appliances in your LAN have statically assigned TCP/IP settings then yes, DHCP is not required.
Also, with the exchange server - i can recieve emails via pop3 on my external hosting (ehosting.com) but would like it to be setup so all client computers will recieve the email at the same time. Would these be the settings i would have to change from my hosting? and point the IP address to my server?
Exchange is so complex it should be a microsoft certification all of it's own. Even the toned down version included in SBS is still a mind bender....lol
I'm very unfamiliar with exchange and can't help you with this so hopefully someone else in-the-know will come along and help you with that.