The format of the e-mail address is incorrect


Hi everyone,

I would appreciate some help with an issue i am having.

Background:

SERVER : SBS 2003 with exchange (Premium)
CLIENTS: Outlook 2003
All of a sudden, when users are sending an email to a particular address (entire domain), they are getting the following message...
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did not reach the following recipient(s):
 
office@crewoncall.com.au on Mon, 18 Feb 2008 17:01:37 +1100
    The format of the e-mail address is incorrect.  Check the address, look up the recipient in the Address Book, or contact the recipient directly to find out the correct address.
    < omta04sl.mx.bigpond.com #5.1.3 smtp; 553 5.3.0 ... no such user>
----------------------------------------------------------------

Now the message actually leaves the server as they do not get the above error until the pop3 connector checks the mail again.
I have setup a stand alone pop3 account on a computer there and sent the email and it sent!

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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Good Morning,

I'm getting the following message when attempting to send mail to anyone
with an apostrophe in the domain name (ie. john.smith@wendy's.com)

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

'mark_eganhouse@wendy's.com' on 2/22/2005 2:13 PM
The format of the e-mail address is incorrect. Check the
address, look up the recipient in the Address Book, or contact the recipient
directly to find out the correct address.

Any help would greatly be apreciated




Hello,
I had a whole bunch of e-mail addresses that would complete automatically
when I started typing the first few letters of a person's name or e-mail
address in the "To:" field. Well... they are all gone!!! I don't know why.
It just happened. How do I get them back?




STILL UNABLE TO TRACK THE AUTOMATIC EXISTENCE OF THE LIST OF E-MAIL ADDRESSES
(HISTORY) WHEN CREATING A NEW MAIL.




I'm trying to send an external e-mail from our system. The address consists of the following format (note the periods):

1.2.3.@domainname.bs

E2K is returning the following Sys Admin message. Is there a setting in E2K that allows e-mail formats to consist of a period prior to @, or multiple periods prior to @? This worked fine with Exchange 5.5, but not after our E2K Migration.

Thanks!

-----Original Message-----
From: System Administrator
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2002 4:38 PM
To: 1.2.3.@domainname.bs
Subject: Undeliverable: Test

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

Subject: Test
Sent: 10/1/02 4:38 PM

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

1.2.3.@domainname.bs on 10/1/02 4:38 PM
The format of the e-mail address is incorrect. Check the address, look up the recipient in the Address Book, or contact the recipient directly to find out the correct address.




How do I disable Exchange 2007 from rewriting the format of bounce mails?

Any bounce mail received is reformatted to a HTML-style Exchange message similar to this,
--------------------

Original bounce message:
Your message to: 7077127044@domain.com
was blocked by our Spam Firewall. The email you sent with the following subject has NOT BEEN DELIVERED:

Reporting-MTA: dns; cuda00.iriswireless.com
Received-From-MTA: smtp; mail.domain.com ([127.0.0.1])
Arrival-Date: Sat, 30 Aug 2008 19:49:58 -0500 (CDT)

Final-Recipient: rfc822; 7077127044@mail.com
Action: failed
Status: 5.7.1
Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 550 5.7.1 Message content rejected, UBE, id=29451-01-629
Last-Attempt-Date: Sat, 30 Aug 2008 19:49:59 -0500 (CDT)
------------------------

Message as shown by Exchange:

Delivery has failed to these recipients or distribution lists:
7077127044@domain.com
Your message wasn't delivered because of security policies. Microsoft Exchange will not try to redeliver this message for you. Please provide the following diagnostic text to your system administrator.
---------------------------------------

These messages are misleading, as spam mails using forged reply-to addresses are bounced and Exchange words the message as if the mail was sent by our mail server.

We have an intermediary non-Exchange mail server that creates a copy of all incoming and outgoing mail. Therefore we can see what the mail originally looked like, and then see how Exchange 2007 serves the mail to the users.

How to disable this feature?




I just changed to a new laptop from one I used for three years.

Of course Outlook on my old machine was able to auto complete hundreds of
e-mail addresses after I typed the first letter or two.

There must be a file on my old laptop containing that information. What is
that file and is it possible to move it to the new laptop?

TIA

Robert Hebron




Yesterday my system crashed when I copied some text from a Web page into a
note in Outlook 2007. After rebooting, Outlook failed to launch. An error
message said it could not open the Outlook window. Figuring the Outlook
profile was corrupt, I decided to create a new profile, which solved the
issue.

However, now whenever I double-click on the e-mail address field in a
message from one of my contacts, Outlook displays the e-mail properties
rather than the contact. If I right click on the e-mail address and select
"Look Up Outlook Contact," it displays the message, "Could not find a
contact with this e-mail address." And yet, the e-mail from that contact is
listed in the "Activities" tab for that contact.

Somehow, the link between e-mail addresses and their corresponding contacts
has been broken. Is there a setting that will restore the link between the
e-mail address and the contact?

--
Michael




This is most bizarre. I send e-mail via a stand-alone Outlook app on my
computer to a person who has two e-mail addresses. By an agreement that I
have with this recipient, one of thsoe addresses is intended to be read by
her using a stand-alone (not server) Outlook application on her computer,
and the other e-mail address is intended to be read by her using a different
(non-Outlook) stand-alone e-mail application on her computer. (Don't ask
why we do that, it doesn't matter for this discussion.) If I address an
e-mail to this person and allow Outlook to autocomplete the entry to this
recipient's non-Outlook e-mail address, the address appears as I want it on
the e-mail. However, AFTER I PRESS SEND, my Outlook 2007 CHANGES THE E-MAIL
address to the recipient's other e-mail address that is intended to be read
by her Outlook Application. Why does it do that, and how can I make it
stop. (At one time I had two Outlook Contacts set up for this person, one
Contact entry specified "Show Name as: [name] Outlook Mail
(xxxx@somehwere.com)." I have since deleted that contact, but that is the
address that Outlook switches to after I press Send.

If I start typing the recipient's name, there is no autocomplete entry for
the "Outlook address." That address only shows up after I press send.

If I manually type the entire address to be used (the address intended for
the recipient's non-Outlook application) and do not let Outlook
autocomplete that entry, then Outlook does not change the address after I
press Send.

How can I prevent Outlook from changing an e-mail address after I press
send?




Yesterday my system crashed when I copied some text from a Web page into a
note in Outlook 2007. After rebooting, Outlook failed to launch. An error
message said it could not open the Outlook window. Figuring the Outlook
profile was corrupt, I decided to create a new profile, which solved the
issue.

However, now whenever I double-click on the e-mail address field in a
message from one of my contacts, Outlook displays the e-mail properties
rather than the contact. If I right click on the e-mail address and select
"Look Up Outlook Contact," it displays the message, "Could not find a
contact with this e-mail address." And yet, the e-mail from that contact is
listed in the "Activities" tab for that contact.

Somehow, the link between e-mail addresses and their corresponding contacts
has been broken. Is there a setting that will restore the link between the
e-mail address and the contact?

--
Michael




I am using Microsoft Outlook in Microsoft Office XP. I complete the form to
add my e-mail address to Outlook, and when I click "Test Account Settings",
it says that my e-mail address is not valid but I checked and re-wrote it
about 5 times and it still says that. I KNOW THAT MY E-MAIL ADDRESS IS VALID,
BUT THE COMPUTER SAYS THAT IT ISN'T.

** Please reply me at




Is 3 the limit to the number of e-mail addresses a contact can have listed in
Outlook? I have one in particular that has 10 e-mail addresses I need to list
in my contacts.
--
Curt




I am receiving the "System Administrator" message: "You have exceeded the
maximum # of e-mails you can send in 1 day." I'm trying to send a brief
monthly newsletter to a mailing list that I have used since 2003, and the
last 2 months I have received this message after sending to only 75 addresses.





How do I set up my e-mail account in outlook.  I go to www.hotmail.com to get my e-mail. 

However my e-mail address is not a typical @hotmail.com account. My e-mail address isemeryj@alumni.thomas.edu  I type that into the username field at hotmail.com and then i type in my password. Can someone help me please?




I need to know how to unblock the receipt of e-mails from delivery@yousendit.com in Outlook 2010.  Thank you.




I am using outlook 2002 How do I get attached pictures to show in the body of
e-mail please I need help with this. let me say thank you now if you can help
me out




My client has nothing in Outlook's contacts.
When he needs to send e-mail he just starts typing and then select from
scroll-down menu.
Now I have to migrate his settings to another computer, but have to migrate
the list of e-mails also.
Is there any way to pull out these e-mails?

Thank you.




I have Outlook 2007 and I want to e-mail all my past customers about a new
product introduction.

I haven't sent out a mass mailing like this before.

If I put all their names in the "To" field, each recipient sees everyone
else's e-mail address. I don't imagine that the recipients won't want their
e-mail addresses to be public like this.

Please what's the best way to send my e-mail out so that all e-mail
addresses are hidden from each other so receipients don't get to see
everyone else's e-mail address?

Would I just put the list of e-mail addresses in the "Bcc" field?

Thanks

Peter




I have Outlook 2007 and I want to e-mail all my past customers about a new
product introduction.

I haven't sent out a mass mailing like this before.

If I put all their names in the "To" field, each recipient sees everyone
else's e-mail address. I don't imagine that the recipients won't want their
e-mail addresses to be public like this.

Please what's the best way to send my e-mail out so that all e-mail
addresses are hidden from each other so receipients don't get to see
everyone else's e-mail address?

Would I just put the list of e-mail addresses in the "Bcc" field?

Thanks

Peter





I have an user that complains that The "Send via E-mail" option is unavailable for calendars that are shared with her, her office has the latest Sp2 and hotfixes, Is there any special permission that she needs in AD to get this working?

Her office is Outlook 2007 SP2 MSO (12.0.6535.5002)