Exchange 2000 message looping 4.4.6

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A configuration error in the e-mail system caused the message to bounce between two servers or to be forwarded between two recipients. Contact your administrator. <server.domain.co.uk #4.4.6> i have trawled the microsoft sites, all to no avail. Site 1 is an SBS server for a company we have aquired. Site 2 is our existing site. we have contacts set up in our site and mail is fwd to the aquired site. after 5 mins we get 10's of bounce backs

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  • Petroleumman
    Hello, Couple questions...are the two sites in question part of a single domain or are they two individual domains? Sounds like you have a misconfiguration with your routing groups. I'd start there. If each site is it's own seperate domain be sure you assign a master site and create a routing group for the other site then configure routing to forward mail. If routing appears to be configured correctly, include some more detail about your site and server configs. That may help identify the problem. Good Luck
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