We have a very odd issue here. We migrated from 2003 to 2007 on a new server in Feb. Since then the 2003 exchange server has been retired.
Emails being sent to one user are coming back with an NDR trying to deliver a message to a delegate that no longer exists. The delegate's account had been deleted over a year ago, but it had not been removed as the user's delegate first. This caused this issue to happen, but I was able to fix it in 2003 after using LDIFDE. The problem went away for months.
Now it's showing up again on the 2007 server. When I look in the message log, I see an entry after the one for the email to the orginal user:
rbfuels.com is the domain, awhitford is the user that had been deleted.
awhitford does not show as a delegate for mailbox in any OU, (ran LDIFDE on each one).
I can view the admin group in ASDIEdit, but can't see any recipients or anything showing awhitford. That admin group has the folder heirarchy, so my understanding is that I can't just delete the entire thing.
IS there a command in EMC that can remove the bad recipient?
Is there a way to remove
July 28, 2009 6:46 PM
August 20, 2009 3:30 PM