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certain senders. We lost our MX record a few weeks ago, and since it was recreated there are certain incoming e-mails that are delayed then finally bounced. Same accounts each time. Hotmail is amongst the addresses.

I see the them in the incoming que just fine. Which means all the name servers updated ok (they all resolved ok anyway). The incoming messages keep trying until their server quits, and gives then an undeliverable with no enlightening message - just delayed.

I am monitoring the smtp server and I get w32 status codes, however I have searched high and low and have yet to find a list of what the codes mean ie) 120484, or 672, or 172.

Any help or a point in the right direction would be appreciated.

Thanks


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Hi All,
It is a Exchange 2003 on a LAN inside a Corporate WAN. Now, it cannot
receive any e-mail from outside LAN any more. The following is a returned
message on the Hotmail for an e-mail sent to a recipient on the Exchange
2003. (real name and IP address have been replaced):
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From : Mail Delivery System MAILER-DAEMON@ISPName.net.xx
Sent : Sunday, 10 April 2005 9:05:49 AM
To : sendersusername@hotmail.com
Subject : Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender

This is the Postfix program at host relay1.ISPName.net.XX.

I'm sorry to have to inform you that your message could not be
be delivered to one or more recipients. It's attached below.

For further assistance, please send mail to

If you do so, please include this problem report. You can
delete your own text from the attached returned message.

The Postfix program

: host mail.aaaa.bbb.ccc.dd[IP Address] said:
454
5.7.3 Client does not have permission to submit mail to this server. (in
reply to MAIL FROM command)

From: Sender's Name
To: recipientname@aaaa.bbb.ccc.dd
Subject: testing
Sent: Thursday, 31 March 2005 12:46:57 PM
testing
----------------------------------------------------------------------
We recently applied for opening the Exchange 2003 to the Internet, and
sent the application to the ISP and the WAN operator. The mapping we asked
for is:
Host Name: mail.aaaa.bbb.ccc.dd
Local IP Address: 10.xxx.xxx.xxx
Port Number: 80
Protocal: TCP

But that was for OWA only, shouldn't affect the ability to receive
e-mail, should it? The ISP said they have done what we asked for.

Any idea?

Thank you very much.

Mark Zhang

we want to block certain incoming e-mails from specific e-mail addresses. is this possible in exchange and if so could anyone advise on how to do it?

I have trouble with my Outlook 2003 with Microsoft Office Outlook Live. I
cannot delete an E-mail from Microsoft Office Outlook Live on my desktop
asking me what I think about the program. When I try to do this the program
locks up and I need to reboot to free up the program, the E-mail however
remains as a sore point. I was able to delete this E-mail using my laptop.

How can I set up outlook to receive the e-mails from my employees

Every time I send an outgoing message, each contact receives the e-mail from
me TWICE. Why is this happening? What can I do to correct this?

I woul'd like to receive only e-mail from my contact....and all the other in
my "spam" folder

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I receive a great number of e-mails from one individual, all humor and jokes.
I have asked him nicely not to send them to me anymore but they keep coming.
Is there some way to block his incoming e-mails?

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mensaje news:...

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Cannot receive e-mails from one specific person in Fiji Resort. Some of
her e-mails to us just "vanish" others come back to her saying that our
Inbox has over 4000 e-mails an is full (not so). It is not a typing
problem on her end as she just clicks Reply, composes and clicks Send. I
had my ISP (Charter) check my 2 accounts for any existing filters, etc.
Nothing on this end to block her specifically. My e-mail works just fine
with everyone else. Is there something under Options in OE for her check?
I sent her an e-mail asking if she has any filters, firewalls, new
software, etc. that may have inserted my e-mail addresses inadvertently.
Waiting for a response. Seems weird as this is a Resort Manager that
surely uses e-mail extensively for reservations, bookings, etc. I know
their Internet Cafe uses Outlook Express so I assume that is what she
also has. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Steve T.

Cannot receive e-mails from one specific person in Fiji Resort. Some of her
e-mails to us just "vanish" others come back to her saying that our Inbox
has over 4000 e-mails an is full (not so). It is not a typing problem on her
end as she just clicks Reply, composes and clicks Send. I had my ISP
(Charter) check my 2 accounts for any existing filters, etc. Nothing on this
end to block her specifically. My e-mail works just fine with everyone else.
Is there something under Options in OE for her check? I sent her an e-mail
asking if she has any filters, firewalls, new software, etc. that may have
inserted my e-mail addresses inadvertently. Waiting for a response. Seems
weird as this is a Resort Manager that surely uses e-mail extensively for
reservations, bookings, etc. I know their Internet Cafe uses Outlook Express
so I assume that is what she also has. Any ideas would be greatly
appreciated. Thank you, Steve T.

Hi,
We are running an Exchange 2k3 server in the UK and we are having a
problem receiving e-mail from our Autralian office. The Australian
office uses an external ISP (Bigpond) for e-mail due to it's small size
(2 people) and any e-mail that is sent from this office either fails
(host not found / host not responding) or less often is delayed by 6 to
10 hours.

We've been trying to resolve this with the ISP for about 1 month, but
are now out of ideas. The ISP (predicatably) thinks the error is at
our end.

Here's the facts:
In the UK we are receiving all other e-mail normally from all over the
world.
The australian office can send to anyone else with no problems.
E-mail from the UK to the Australian office is OK.
The same thing happens when they use webmail, so it's not their PCs
(they've had an onsite technician out anyway).
Bigpond's support guys can e-mail us OK, but they are using addresses
from the parent company, Telstra, which seem to be through different
Servers.
According to logs and headers the delay occurs between Bigponds servers
and ours, if our server receives an e-mail from Bigpond it is processed
immediatly.
A traceroute by bigpond's support found our server with no problems.
DNS and rDNS settings seem OK, as do all the relevent tests at
www.DNSStuff.com
We arn't using any software that could block their server in this way
(blacklists etc.).
Our hosting company and the guys who provide our internet link say
there are no problems.
Our firewall settings don't exclude Bigpond.
No changes were made to our Exchange servers or internet settings at
the time that this problem surfaced.

If anyone has any ideas where we can go from here then we'd love to
hear from you.

Andy.

I am not receiving all e-mails in my Outlook 2003 from one particular sender.
I have checked my other folders to see if they were going to junk mail etc.
but do not show up anywhere. Also, I am not having a problem receiving mail
from any other sender.

Using Outlook, Office 2003. Am able to send but not receive e-mails.
Outlook send/receive progress window keeps showing "Task 161.58.116.112
Receiving Reported Error (0x8007007E): Unknown Error 0x8007007E".

I am still running Outlook 2003 on my laptop.
For some reason none of all my incoming e-mails from this morning onwards arrive in my Inbox; or, at least, I cannot see them there.

I see them appear briefly at the bottom right of the screen, on on top of current applications running, as usual and I can click on them then and read them. But, though they though show up in my Unread Mail box, the moment I have read them they disappear and don't seem to be anywhere in my Inbox.

I haven't loaded any more apps overnight, or made any other system changes.

Can anyone, please, tell me how to get my mails back into my Inbox?

With many thanks, in advance.

Thanks in advance for looking at this issue.

I have one specific user that can not receive any e-mail from two domains.  However, he can send to both of these domains and they receive the e-mail just fine.  To further complicate the issue, every other user in my domain CAN receive e-mails from these two domains just fine.  I have enabled SMTP logging and can see every e-mail sent to the domains but I can only see entries for e-mails coming in to other users (meaning that if they send an e-mail to this particular user, it doesn't even appear in my log).

If those e-mails are not even reaching the Exchange server, what could be causing this?

Thanks again!

I can't seem to get a mass e-mail from just one domain. I am able to get mass
emails from other domains, they come through just fine. When we get e-mails
(mass) from one domain the exchange server or symantec strips the e-mail or
attchement and replaces it with a "unscannable file rule" statement

Anytime I receive an e-mail from one particular sender and I delete it - it
is permanently gone - it does not go to the deleted items folder. Does
anyone know how I can get it to go to that folder first and then delete from
there when I am ready? - Outlook 2003.

When I try to print some incoming e-mails from addresses outside my network
only the header and subject line print. The rest of the message comes out
blank.

I cannot receive new e-mail as of today. However, I can send. All was
working fine until today. Using Outlook 2003.

What is the expected results when you have 2 laptops set up with the same
e-mail account using Outlook 2007. Currently the original computer sends and
receives e-mail just fine. The new laptop with the identical e-mail account
receives no e-mail, though sends out just fine. Thank You

I am posting for a friend who has just went from windows 98 to windows
xp home edition . When she receive e-mail through outlook express she
receives every e-mail twice . The second e-mail has the paper clip next
to it like it has an attachment . It does not . She is not using
Hotmail or Msn messenger for e-mail . She receives her e-mail from her
internet provider. the same as I do and I do not have this problem . I
do not understand why this happens to her . Can someone offer some
advice. Thanks Fran

We have a lcient who cannot receive e-mail from domains outside his own. He
is not behind a pix firewall. Please respond and let me know what you think
I should check to try and resolve this issue.

Thanks

David GOldberg

On an Exchange 2003 box, whats the easiest way to limit a users access so they can send and receive internal mail, (i.e anyone in the global address book), but cannot send external mail or receive external e-mail?

I have set up an SMTP connector as per article:

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF009.html 

and also made the registry change as specified in:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q277872

But it is not stopping me from sending external e-mail. Please can you help.

Thanks

Hello all,
I am running into a strange issue with SBS 2003; we cannot receive e-mails from anyone with a .org account.  The environment is quite basic; Exchange component of SBS, our firewall is smoothwall.  We checked with the provider hosting our DNS and they are not seeing an issue on their end whatsoever.

Has anybody ever seen this?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

I just set up a new HP m9250f with Vista Home Premium. I started using
Windows Mail at first because set up was easy. Now, I've installed Office
2007 Pro. When I launched Outlook the first time, I went through the set up
to use it as my primary e-mail program. I imported all my Windows Mail files.
I receive mail in Outlook, but I cannot send. Every e-mail I send returns
with something like:

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

Subject: FW: Test
Sent: 5/18/2008 8:43 PM

The following recipient(s) cannot be reached:

'daleakin@hotmail.com' on 5/18/2008 8:43 PM
550 5.1.2 You(ip:222.117.136.72) are NOT allowed to RELAY
(receiver:daleakin@hotmail.com)."

Oddly, I can send from Windows Mail.

Can anyone help?

Thanks.

--
Koke


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