outgoing emails problem!!!

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Hi,first thank you of everybody that help me to remove my first exchange server from site and remove AD from this server,I did all and with no error,but after one week I don't know why, when everybody want to send email to out of our organization for example yahoo the below error happens: Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients. Subject: fghfhf Sent: 6/28/2005 2:59 PM The following recipient(s) could not be reached: mahali_2002@yahoo.com on 6/28/2005 2:59 PM You do not have permission to send to this recipient. For assistance, contact your system administrator. Could you please help me? Thank you. ---- Regards Mahnaz
ASKED: June 28, 2005  7:17 AM
UPDATED: June 30, 2005  10:30 AM

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Sounds like you have secured the Outgoing email so much to prevent relay that you have now disabled all email. Check your relay settings.

Also, check your mail transport settings and also make sure DNS resolution is working on the server as this will prevent email from being sent. The easiest way to test this is in a DOS window using PING to various Domain names from the server.

Also, as an outside possibility you might be an open relay and be activity blocked from sending emails. There are various web sites you can check for Open Relay.

Malcolm

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  • Stevesz
    1. Check to make sure you have a connection to the outside world. remedy, if no connection. 2. Check your DNS records. Make sure the MX and PTR records are correct, and pointing to the proper IP address, and the proper canonical name is shown. 2. Check the RBL lists to ensure you are not listed. Remedy what is necessary, and then, if the problem still occurs, there is, probably, a problem on the other end. ===Steve//
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  • Petroleumman
    Hi, If this error is occurring with Internet mail only and not on inter-company (LAN) mail check the following setting: On your 'Relay Restrictions' property page, make sure you have checked the box marked "Allow All Computers which have successfully authenticated to relay regardless of the list above". Leaving this box unchecked will generate the error you've described each time a user tries to send mail to an internet address. Good luck!
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