outlook 2007 connected to exchange 2007 can’t send mails with a dot in the address

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Outlook 2007 error 0X8004010F
My outlook 2007 clients, connected to an exchange 2007 , can't send mails with a dot in the address ( something like [strong][em]name.surname) but if i send with OWA it works. I tried all over the net trying to find an awnser to this but i cannot find it. I can send in my outlook to all recipients and to all domains except if the recipient address contains a dot (.) ( name.surname@ ... ; ####.###@ ... )[/em][/strong]@something.com

note : i get an 0x8004010F error

note2 : i can send without problems in OWA

Exchange 2007 SP2 x64 and Windows 2008 x64 for server; Outlook 2007 Enterprise x86 and Windows 7 Ultimate x86 for client

I hope you understand what i'm asking and if i can get an awnser.

thx in advance...



Software/Hardware used:
Exchange 2007 SP2 x64 and Windows 2008 x64 for server; Outlook 2007 x86 and Windows 7 x86 for client
ASKED: October 15, 2009  4:12 PM
UPDATED: October 16, 2009  2:26 PM

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  • Technochic
    I have not worked with Windows 7 yet so I can't tell you if that is part of the issue or not. Possibly. Do you have all the latest servie packs and patches for Outlook 2007 installed?
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  • Nusilmar
    I have all service packs in both office ( 2007 sp2) and W7. i haven't tried on any other o.s. because in my company everything is with Windows 7. still waiting for a reply
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  • Nusilmar
    i've found the problem :: the Microsoft exchange system attendant service stopped, only needed to start it again
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