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weird address issue with certain domains Exchange 2007

Postby UmljaA » Thu, 04 Sep 2008 04:43:00 GMT

Ok. Here is what is happening. I address a message to an outside user at a 
government site. In this case it is joe blow @niaid.nih.gov. Somewhere along 
the way, the Exchange 07 mail server changes the email address. I tracked it 
with the tracking tool and at the STOREDRIV step, the address is correct. The 
next one down is the RESOLVE step, and that one has a different address it 
changes it to niad.nih.gov, and I get a bounce. I have a screen shot of the 
tracking log if anyone would like to see it. This is bizarre.

Anyone have a clue?

Re: weird address issue with certain domains Exchange 2007

Postby Andy David {MVP} » Thu, 04 Sep 2008 05:13:55 GMT

On Tue, 2 Sep 2008 12:43:00 -0700, Rich





What exactly does the NDR say?


Re: weird address issue with certain domains Exchange 2007

Postby UmljaA » Thu, 04 Sep 2008 05:22:05 GMT

i get an invalid recipient because it changes the domain to "naid" instead of 
"niaid". I found the issue. We do a GAL Sync nightly with our parent company. 
He had a typo in a contact that they had in their GAl, which copied over in 
the sync. I delete the contact so I am good to go.

Thanks for the response.

Rich






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I don't even have a clue where to look for. dcdiag reports no problem
with Active Directory, not a single failure.


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