Exchange 2003 Not Receiving

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I have an Exchange 2003 on SBS 2003 DC. I installed Exchange and configured my MX with my Registrar, mail.dmmenterprises.net.. Now, I can send e-mails using the OWA to any e-mail address, but I cannot receive. The error is 550 No Such User. User is configured under AD Users and Exchange Mailbox is enabled. We do not have a firewall, this is just a test DC and Exchange Box. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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How are we creating new users?

When you create a new user in Windows Small Business Server 2003, the Add User Wizard creates an Exchange mailbox for that user and adds the user to the default Exchange distribution group. You can also use the Change User Permissions Wizard to create Exchange mailboxes for users.

Are we doing LDAP or Directory lookups?

Exchanges spam filter checks to see if your users actually exist before accepting the mail – if the LDAP isn’t updated, then it has no idea that the new user even exists.

What options so you have in place for Spam or Antivirus filtering?

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  • Technochic
    Do you have the domain name set in your default recipient policy as well?
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  • Brijesh
    Hi,

    Try this to resolve this issue check the checkbox next to "My Server Requires Authentication"

    Outlook Express: (reference image below)
    Open Outlook Express > Click Tools > Accounts > Click the 'Mail' Tab > Click Properties > Click The 'Server' Tab
    check the checkbox next to "My Server Requires Authentication"
    Click Ok > Click Close
    Screen Shot

    Outlook 2003 (reference image below)
    Open Outlook 2003 > Click Tools > E-Mail Accounts > View or change existing e-mail accounts
    Select the email account > Click Change > Click 'More Settings' > Click the 'Outgoing Server' Tab
    Check the checkbox "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication"
    Click OK > Next > Finish
    Screen Shot

    Check this resource No Such User Here email error.

    Hope this helps.

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