• Refusing Exchange email without generating NDRs

    The environment: Exchange Server 2003 running on Windows Server 2003. A few months back we sold a division with the majority of the HQ headcount. Part of the sale agreement required us to maintain the ability of existing customers to send to my mail server (user@sellers.domain.com) and have...

    Pet geek100 pointsBadges:
  • permission issue

    I am having a problem sending with users sending a mail to one particular user/domain. I get the below NDR whenever i try to send a mail to this user/domain The following recipient(s) could not be reached: user@receiverdomain.com on 6/29/2008 1:22 PM You do not have permission to send to this...

    Cyberslam85 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 550 NDR You are not allowed

    I'm gettng NDRs for only a handful of accounts when sending email. It does not matter which domain is being emailed. In other words, all outgoing (non-local) email gets the following NDR Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients. Subject: Account Lockout (Event ID: 539)...

    Abccomputer50 pointsBadges:
  • Modify NDR timout settings

    It takes a long time for me to receive mail delivery failure notices. How can I modify the amount of time that it takes to receive these notices? TIA

    ClarkIT5 pointsBadges:
  • Recipient email addresses are being modified

    Hi All, I have a problem where when some end-users reply to all, some of the recipients in the email chain suddenly have an extra character - a "." dot inserted in some point of the email address (the name portion or domain eg. @gm.ail.com as opposed to @gmail.com). This causes the message to...

    akaweesa5 pointsBadges:
  • Why do NDR messages appear from a user deleted from the Exchange DL?

    I am running Exchange Server 2003. I deleted a user from Active Directory over a month ago. Whenever my chief operating officer adds a calendar item with a particular distribution list (DL), he gets a non-deliverable email from a user. The user is not on any Exchange distribution list nor is he a...

    Exchange Ask the Experts580 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange administration question

    I have an Exchange 2007 organization that contains multiple SMTP domains. AD is configured so that each user has multiple e-mail addresses, one from each SMTP domain. Most of the time, all is well. However, sometimes, (more often than I'd like) if an internal user tries to send a message to another...

    ITGuy10 pointsBadges:
  • Notifiy intended recipient that oversize message is blocked

    We have exchange server 2003 sp2. Is there a way to notify the intended recipient that a message bigger that the size limit is blocked.

    Doniesarge5 pointsBadges:

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