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Message routing failed - 8.May2010 11:54:15 PM   


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I have 1-DC(win 2003) and 1-EX-2003 in zone A.and 1-ADC(win2003) and 1-Ex-2003 in zone B.I have a Linux as proxy gateway for internet mail.

I can route mail in zone A without prob but i cant recive mail from zone B to zone A.Even Zone B cannot route mail through its internal org.

Zone A use gateway as zone b's IP and vise versa.proxy authanticate to route mail to another domain.I got ping to any ip address.

Zone A:

Zone B:

pls give me a solution to mail route and where or zone B to zone A.my org is in cretical situation.

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RE: Message routing failed - 19.May2010 11:06:54 PM   


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When you say Zone A and Zone B, are you talking about separate Routing Groups?  If so, do you have a connector in each Group pointing at the other?

Can you use Telnet to connect from the Zone B to Zone A server?

Did this ever work, or is this a new configuration?

Are the two servers in the same Exchange Organization?



Dean T. Uemura
Microsoft MVP - Exchange (2007-2011)

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