Not long ago, I started getting some messages returned to me, when addressing to people I correspond with frequently. Exchange is saying that the mail system they belong to is unknown or invalid, yet we're all on the same Exchange 2003 Enterprise server.
We all know how Outlook caches the names of people you send frequently to, so that you don't have to type in the whole name or email address, it just auto completes, right?
Well, if I delete these auto complete entries, and then try again, the message goes through. Same if I choose the recipient from the GAL. It goes through fine.
So, my question is simply "What's going on"? Anyone know why these autocomplete entries get out of date and no longer point to the mailbox? I hate having to run around and tell people to delete these, or work from the GAL, if they don't have to.
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Sent: 10/06/2005 12:10 PM
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