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Exhange routing

By deanyeo_43 ·
Hi guys, really need help here. This is the suitation.

Previously, my exchange host 2 domains email, eg. abc.com & xyz.com. Then abc.com move to another enviroment with a new exchange server. But now everything is fine exepet that xyz.com can't send emails to abc.com with the error user not in specifed domain. Just wondering if there is any function in exchange server that can do any routing that causes this issue.

Please assist.

Thanks

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Hi guys, really need help here. This is the suitation.

by koushal.solanki In reply to Exhange routing

hi,

checke your connector on abc.com. may be some setting problem on that

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check Recipient Policies

by mike.walker In reply to Exhange routing

In the properties of all policies there is a checkbox on each address entry that says "This Exchange Organization is responsible for all mail delivery to this address".

If you had any policies that stamped @abc.com on the users, this would have been checked to allow local delivery of any mail. Now that you are no longer hosting that domain the box has to be unchecked so the server knows it is no longer responsible and has to send the mail elsewhere.


http://blogs.technet.com/eileen_brown/archive/2005/06/22/sharing-SMTP-address-spaces.aspx

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