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Msg forwarding problems - 20.Dec.2004 11:54:00 PM   
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We just moved from 5.5 to Exchange 2003. We ran into small issues along the way but went pretty smooth all things concidering. A problem I just found out today is an interesting one. All contacts that we created in Exchange 5.5 do not work in Exchange 2003. Not only that but even if I create a new contact in the AD with Exchange 2003 it won't work. Basically the message gets bounced back with a 5.1.1 error which I googled but really can't find the problem. All I want to do is create a contact that is seen in our global address book which when sending to that contact it gets forwarded by SMTP to the correct address. These are other companies we are emailing not. x@ourdoamin.com to x@theirdomain.com Hope this all is understandable and really would appriciate some help on this. Thanks -Dave-
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RE: Msg forwarding problems - 21.Dec.2004 10:44:00 PM   
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Nevermind. It ended up our DNS was down which caused the problem. Why it was giving me a #5.1.1 error I'm not sure, but when I tried this morning it was bounced back as address does not exist. Contacted the appropriate people and the MX address was gone. Fixed it and now it works.

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