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Exchange server 5.5 Group problem

By skamal ·
I am using Exchange Serever 5.5 with SP4 and client is outlook 2000. I am having problem with Distribution list(group). I can create group but it does not work if I select the group mail does not send rather it gives me a return mail with a message "Unable to deliver the message due to a recipient problem
MSEXCH:MSExchangeIS:EGIS:EGISBDC"

If any body has the answer please help me solve the problem.

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by poo_music In reply to Exchange server 5.5 Group ...

Just a quick one,
Did you add memebers to the DL list??
If yes, try to create another DL, add memebers and try to send again. Can you post the error message to this forum?
Do have a try,
Cheers!

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by skamal In reply to Exchange server 5.5 Group ...

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by Soekratis In reply to Exchange server 5.5 Group ...

Check and make sure that there is no Delivery Restrictions. Run the Enchange Admin and d-click on the DL. See that "Accept messages from" is set to All and "Reject messages from" is set to none. Also check the "E-mail Address" tab to make sure there is a valid e-mail address.

Next you will need to check the IMS settings. In the folder "Configuration-Connections", you will see Internet Mail Service (servername). D-click on it and look for "Delivery Restrictions" tab. Make sure that usersfrom your Distribution List is not included in this restriction.

Regards
Soekratis

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by maxwell edison In reply to Exchange server 5.5 Group ...

The problem can be corrected by adding a valid X.400 address to the sender's mailbox properties on the Email Addresses tab in the Microsoft Exchange Administrator program.

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A similar condition might also result if the recipient of the message does not have a valid X.400 address.

This condition does not affect message delivery between mailboxes on the same Microsoft Exchange Server because the Information Store submits the message to the mailbox directly. It will only occur when the message is being routed to another Microsoft Exchange Site via one of the Site Connectors, when the message is going between two Microsoft Exchange Servers in the same Site, or when a message is addressed to go out a connector to a foreign system, in other words, using the Microsoft Exchange Internet Mail Connector.

The X.400 addresses in Microsoft Exchange should never be deleted because Microsoft Exchange is a native X.400 messaging system

Maxwell

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by maxwell edison In reply to Exchange server 5.5 Group ...

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Another possibility might be found on this web site, "Understanding Mail Delivery Errors"

http://www.bcpl.net/help/misc/mailerrors.html

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Best of luck and have a GREAT 2002!

Maxwell

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by Shanghai Sam In reply to Exchange server 5.5 Group ...

Thanks a lot it solve my problem. Unfortunetly I remove the x.400 address.

Now it is working OK.

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